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COLDWATER IN HISTORY 




IUST WHO were the earliest inhabitants of this locality no one 
| assumes to say, although there appears to be evidence that the 
j Mound Builders, perhaps descendants of the Aztecs, preceded the 
I "noble red man. " Be that as it may, it seems certain that the fierce 
and warlike Pottowattomie Indians were, as early as 1721, undis- 
puted lords of the St. Joseph Valley, which included Branch County and 
Coldwater Prairie. 

Previous to that, Fr. Marquette, the zealous French priest, had discov- 
ered the mouth of the St. Joseph River, in 1673; and in 1679 LaSalle built a 
fort there — only 75 miles from Coldwater, as the crow flies. 

Until 1763 France held nominal rule over all the region from Quebec to 
New Orleans; but in that year, when a treaty of peace terminated a war be- 
tween that country and England, the latter was given Canada and Michigan. 
It was in this year that the Pottowattomies massacred the garrison at St. 
Joseph. 

At the close of the Revolutionary war England yielded Michigan to the 
United States, and in 1787 it became part of the Northwest Territory, which 
extended from the Ohio River to the St. Lawrence and from the Mississippi 
to Pennsylvania. 

In 1796 the British surrendered Detroit and other posts to the United 
States, and Gov. St. Clair proclaimed the County of Wayne, which extended 
from the Cuyahoga River in Ohio to the Mississippi and northwest to Lake 
Superior, including of course the present County of Branch (then called the 
Township of Green) and the entire St. Joseph Valley. In 1800 this locality 
became a part of Indiana, but in 1805 the Territory of Michigan was formed, 
with Gen. Wm. Hull as governor. 

In 1812 England again came into control of Michigan and secured the 
help of the Pottowattomies, who massacred the garrison at Fort Dearborn 
(now Chicago) and killed every American possible, helped by Tecumseh and 
his Shawnee braves, but at the close of the war the British of course abdicated. 

Our predecessors here, the Pottowattomies, lost heart after the death of 
Tecumseh in 1813, concluding that it was a hopeless task to attempt to stem 
the tide of the coming whites, and never again gave serious trouble, though 
their presence here retarded settlement and caused pioneers to hasten on to 
localities less populous with Indians. 

A very old geography, published in 1814, in possession of the publisher 
of this Directory, gives the white population of the entire state of Michigan 
as 4,762 at that time, 105 years ago; it is now about three millions. 

It was in 1821 that Chief Topinabee and his people sold to the whites what 
is now Branch County and a vast area besides, though they still continued to 
occupy it as before, on reservations, one of which was six miles square, called 
Mikkesawbee, in Coldwater and Quincy Townships. However, they roamed 
everywhere, to hunt and fish as they chose, in a veritable red man's paradise; 
the woods abounded in deer, wild turkeys, pigeons, squirrels and other game, 
while the lakes and streams swarmed with fish. The deed conveying this land 
to the government was signed by Topinabee, followed by Wawenickemack, 
Mayoncheemon, Atchwemuckquee, and many others. 

The present city of Coldwater occupies part of what was then a beautiful 
prairie, some three miles long from east to west and a mile or so wide. It 
was dotted with oaks, with an occasional elm, while bordering it were mag- 
nificent forests of beech, maple, walnut, whitewood, elm, oak and other trees, 
interspersed with many streams and some sixty or more lakes, large and 
small, in what is now Branch County. 



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HISTORICAL 



The following- abstract of the noteworthy events of -the past ninety-six 
years will be found valuable as a matter of reference: 

1822 — Joseph Godfrey established a trading post to barter with the Cold- 
water Prairie Indians. A little later one Marantette conducted another where 
Oak Grove Cemetery is now located. 

1825 — The government ordered a 100-foot highway made from Detroit to 
Chicago, but it proved far too expensive and was abandoned in favor of the 
old Indian trail through Coldwater (the present Chicago road), which explains 
the tortuous windings of that thoroughfare today, even though it has been 
considerably straightened during the ninety-three years that have passed. 

1829 — Branch County was laid out and so named by the Territorial Legis- 
lature; it was first attached to Lenawee County and later to St. Joseph. 
During this year A. F. Bolton bought a tract of land where Masonville was 
afterward located, east of the present cemetery bridge. 




A POTTOWATTOMIE 



1830 — Hugh Campbell erected the first (log) house on che present site of 
the Masonic Temple. The county had 50 whites at this time. Stages began 
running between Detroit and Chicago, supplanting the horseback mail service. 
Kntire county tax, $7.3(5. 

1831— Allen Tibbits and Joseph Hanchett platted a village here, calling it 
Lyons; according to present streets it ran from Jefferson to Monroe and from 
Church to Washington. In July Mr. Tibbits preached the first sermon here. 
A. F. Bolton erected the first frame building in the county, a hotel at Mason- 
ville; landlord, Harvey Warner. Branch was made the county seat in place 
of Masonville, which held that honor a few weeks; Branch then had one log 
house. Coldwater postofBce was at Masonville. 

1832 Chicago road built. Oriental Hotel erected by John Morse. Peter 
Martin built a sawmill at the junction of Division and Clay Streets. Cvnthia 
Gloyd taught the first school, with nine pupils. Silas A. Holbrook established 
the lirst store M. E. Church founded by Rev. E. H. Pilcher, circuit rider, 
with five members: Allen Tibbits and wife, Joseph Hanchett and wife, ard 
Amelia Harrison. 

1833 The name of the town was changed to Coldwater, from the Indian 
Cbuck-sey-ya-bish" or cold water. Branch County, as such, began its sep- 
arate existence, March L: it, had previously been attached to St. Joseph 
( ounty, First sheriff, Wm. McCarty; clerk, Wales Adams; treasurer and 
register oi deeds, Beth Dunham; probate judge, Peter Martin. 



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1834 — The "old red schoolhouse" was erected at the corner of Pearl and 
Hudson Streets. 

1835 — The village of Masonville was platted on the east bank of the Cold- 
water River and aspired to be the county seat again. Here Roland Root and 
Wabskokee Marsh bartered with the Indians. Coldwater Baptist Church or- 
ganized with sixteen members. 

1836 — Methodists built a church. 

1837 — The village was incorporated; population of entire township, 900. 
Branch County had 4,016 people, about as many as the entire state 23 years 
earlier. Francis Smith, Thos. Daugherty and Wm. B. Sprague erected a 




COLDWATER IN 1830 



This rude structur e, built by Hugh Campbell on the old Indian trail about where the Masonic 
Temple now stands, was followed, a year or two later, by a similar one erected by Joseph 
Hanchett on what is now North Monroe Street, opposite the present City Directory office. 

mill on the present site of the "A" mill; it was burned in 1858 and rebuilt in 
1859. Dr. I. P. Alger at this time found 33 taverns between Quincy and Stur- 
gis, indicating the tremendous westward emigration through here at that time. 
A terrible year for malarial troubles: one historian declares that 32 out of 
140 people of the little village died that fall. The cause was said to be the 
Clay Street milldam, built in 1832. A body of angry citizens destroyed it. 
July 18, Coldwater's first newspaper, the Observer, was issued. It became 
the News, then the Democrat, whose existence ended when as the outcome of a 
row among the owners the office was '"pied." Presbyterian Church organized 
with sixteen members. Log court-house and jail (30 feet square) built at Branch, 
the county seat. Michigan was admitted to the Union as a state. 

1838— Extremely hard times, caused by ''wildcat" inflation. Bounty on 
wolves, $5 each. 



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1839— Schoolhouse erected at the corner of Pearl and Clay Streets. A 
county poor-farm was purchased at Branch; present county farm purchased 
April 1, 1861. Kakotomo murdered Sauauquett, the Pottowattomie chief. 

1840 — xhe last of the Pottowattomie Indians, except a few stragglers, were 
removed to the far west. 

1841 — Albert Chandler founded the Coldwater Sentinel. Total county 
vote, 1,015. 

1842— March 1, Coldwater became the permanent county seat, supplanting 
the village of Branch and blasting Masonville's hopes. July 4, Grand double 
celebration, Sunday-school and "old way." 

1844— Prof. Sweet organized Coldwater's first band. The Baptists built 
a church where the Old Bank building now stands; it is the present Gage 
building, 30-32 South Monroe Street. The Presbyterians also erected a house 
of worship, where the Farmers' Mutual building is now located; it was sold 
in 1868 to the Lutherans and moved to its present location on South Jefferson 
Street. Benjamin H. Parker of Batavia was killed by John White, who mis- 
took him for a deer, those animals, with wolves, bears, etc., being still plen- 
tiful. 

1845 — One Robinson was robbed of $1,500 in gold and silver in a Coldwater 
tavern. 

1846— The first jail (in Coldwater) was erected. Spring election voted 
against liquor selling. Nov. 30, American Hotel burned. Henry Lambert, a 
machinist, fell heir to $670,000. 

1847 — The county voted to build a brick court-house; majority, 27, the 
same figure by which the proposition to build the present one was carried, 40 
years later. In this year (1847) a Masonic lodge was established and the 
Coldwater Guards were organized with S. T. F. Bullard captain; also the 
Branch County Agricultural Society, with L. D. Crippen president, Wm. B. 
Sprague vice-president, F. V. Smith secretary, and Geo. A. Coe treasurer. 
The "old white schoolhouse" was erected on the present site of the Washing- 
ton school, also a steam flouring-mill on the corner of Jefferson and Pearl 
Streets. 

1848 — First brick court-house erected, also a $500 poorhouse. St. Mark's 
Episcopal Church founded. 

1849 — July 4, Large quantity of cloth stolen from E. Butterworth's fulling 
mill, near the river. Nov. 6, Telegraph line reached here. St. Charles' Cath- 
olic Church founded. 

1850— June 10, County treasurer's office robbed of $1,400. Dec. 10, First 
railroad train reached here. Wesleyan Church established with six members. 

1851 — County's horse fame began with A. C. Fisk's purchase of Green 
Mountain Black Hawk for $1,500; later he sold Mambrino Chief for $12,000. 
March 1, Six stores, the Eagle Hotel and several other buildings burned; loss 
$15,000. Nov. 17, School commenced in the brick (or Third Ward) schoolhouse 
with L.R. Austin principal. Nov. 22, Eight stores and one dwelling burned; 
loss, $12,000. These two fires consumed half the business section. The town 
had 379 houses. 

1852— Feb. 27, Lewis Roll and hung himself in jail. Oct. 7-8, First county 
fair held. Wesleyan Church erected. 

1853— Dr. J. B. Gully opened a "water cure" sanitarium at the corner of 
West Chioago and Mill Streets. 

1854 March 21, Another disastrous fire caused the Village Board to pro- 
hibit the erection of frame buildings from Clay Street to the parks. Oak Grove 
Cemetery was established. 

1855 Southern Michigan Hotel built — "finest in Michigan." 

1856- Aug. 20, First fire company organized, with Clinton B. Fisk as fore- 
man. "Excelsior" hand engine put into use. 



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1857— Corner-stone of the old Episcopal Church laid; completed in 1862; 
rebuilt and enlarged in 1866. 

1859 — June 7, The Catholic Church was blown up with gunpowder. 

1860 — Present Catholic Church erected (remodeled later). Sept. 8, Capt. 
"Jack" Wilson, aged 38, went down in Lake Michigan with his ship, the 
Lady Elgin, and 300 passengers; his body was recovered and now lies in Oak 
Grove Cemetery. 

1861 — Feb. 28, Coldwater became an incorporated city. Fort Sumter was 
fired upon April 11, and on the 29th Capt. Ebenezer Butterworth and 145 of 
his Zouave Cadets left for war; the Coldwater Light Artillery (afterward 
called Lo'omis' Battery) left April 30 with six brass cannon and 120 men, only 
49 of whom returned three years later. May 1, Many Coldwater men enlisted 




THE OLD COURT-HOUSE 

Erected in 1848, it was replaced, exactly forty years later, by the present modern structure 



in the First Michigan Infantry. Capt. Ebenezer Butterworth was wounded, 
July 21, at Bull Run and died in a Rebel hospital Aug. 17. St. Paul's Lu- 
theran Church organized. Old Central schoolhouse erected. 

1861-5 — Many Coldwater men (and boys) leaving from time to time to 
serve in the Federal ranks; according to the records the number from Branch 
County reached over 2,700, of whom about 500 were from this city; over 3,000 
horses were bought here for use in the Federal service. 

1863— Sept. 19, Capt. George W. VanPelt was killed at the battle of Chick- 
amauga. 

1864 — Jan. 1, The famous "cold New Years;" mercury stood 32° belowzero. 
Apri 20, L. D. Crippen died. April 22, F. V. Smith and William G. Moore 
founded the Union Sentinel. May 15, Col. H. C. Gilbert mortally wounded 
and 120 of his regiment lost in three charges at the battle of Resaca. On 
Lincoln's call for 500,000more soldiers, Coldwater paid $310 bounty, the state 
$100 and the government $300 to each man. Sept. 19, The Coldwater female 
seminary was opened. Spiritualist Church built; now the Elks' Temple. 



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1865 — j ar]> 9 5 Five business buildings burned. Feb. 3, Mrs. Thos. Swaffield 
suicided. March 12, Several more stores burned; loss, $12,000. S. M. Seely 
made $1,500,000 in oil speculation. May 24, County jail burned. Julyl, Cold- 
water National Bank opened and Coldwater became a money order postotfice. 
July 4, Grand celebration and soldiers' welcome home. 

1866 — January 4, Dr. Henry B. Stillman died, aged 52. February, 
People in the northern part of the city driven to second story of their 
homes by flood. March, Dr. A. D. Angel bought Hope Chapel (the Spiritualist 
Church f for $8,000 to convert it into a hospital. Aug. 23, Present Baptist Church 
dedicated. Severe drought: two months without rain. Oct. 16, Squirrel hunt 
held: 23 hunters brought in 723 squirrels, Jerry Hall killing 72. Nov. 3, Geo. 

0. Brown and Mrs. Eben O. Leach were both murdered near the corner of 
East Chicago and Daugherty Streets by the latter's husband, who was later sent 
to Jackson prison for life. 

1867 — Jan. 3, German Benevolent Society founded. May 5, First Y. M. 
C. A. organized. June 5, Stevens' wheelbarrow factory burned; loss, $10, 000. 
A hundred new buildings were erected, and the city "almost" got a street 
railway. Fourth Ward school building erected. Sept. 5, The oil mill com- 
menced business, using flax. Dec. 24, Geo. Kappler's brewery burned with 
$7,000 loss; also Quigley's livery barn, loss $8,000. 

1868 — May 30, Memorial Day first observed; J. H. McGowan, orator. 

1869 — Jan. 26, Present Methodist Church dedicated. March 26, Gen. Davis 
Smith died, aged 69. June 21, City bought 95 acres, including present "new" 
cemetery, for $6,500. Oct. 12, Present Presbyterian Church dedicated. Oct. 
20, Lieut. Gov. Coe and James B. Crippen died. Dec. 13, Ladies' Library 
Association formed, forerunner of the present free public library. 

1870 — Feb. 8, Cigarmakers' Union organized. April 5, Government sent 
$3,320.73 here to be given members of the Fourth Michigan Cavalry tor helping 
capture Jeff Davis. June 21, Wm. Mors-eman and Horatio Larrabee killed by 
the cars. July 3. Kennedy's brewery burned; loss $6,000. Sept. 12, Marshall 
& Coldwater Railroad Company organized. Oct. 8, Lewis art gallery opened. 

1871 — Feb. 7, Work commenced on Mansfield, Coldwater & Lake Michigan 
Railroad. March 28, Brown's Savings Bank closed with heavy loss to 
depositors. April 1, County voted not to build a new jail. July 11, Contract 
let for building of Marshall & Coldwater Railroad. Aug., Coldwater Light 
Guard organized with Geo. H. Turner captain. Aug. 10, Two incendiary fires 
burned S. M. Seely 's barn, N. Rosenbaum's clothing store and Tripp's photo- 
graph gallery; loss, $38,000. Oct., Isaac Alden's flouring mill burned. 

1872 — Aug. 26, Homer Wright killed by falling from a locomotive. Sept. 

1, City bought its first steam fire engine. Sept. 4, Gen. C. O. Loomis died; 
the remains were burned a few days later in a railroad car. Oct. 3, Sherman 
House burned. Nov. 30, Mansfield road practically ready for the rails; 
Marshall & Coldwater Railroad partly graded. 

1873 — Jan. 29. Mercury 31° below zero. June 20, John Smith shot Deputy 
Sheriff Jason Culp, almost latally. Aug. 1, Mrs. Stephen Adamzak burned 
to death while kindling a fire with oil. Aug. 20, Wm. A. Jackson's handle 
factory burned: loss, $5,000. Mansfield Railroad pronounced dead; cost the 
county $200,000. Artemas Allen died, aged 73. Dec. 22, Wesley Sherman was 
drowned at the Narrows. 

1874 — April 1, Stevens' wheelbarrow factory burned again; loss $12,000. 
April 8, State Public School opened. April 18, Boiler in Stevens' reopened 
factory exploded, killing Isaac Stevens and John Hudson. Nov. 3, County 
voted to build new jail. Nov. 4, Incendiary fire burned $6,000 worth of head- 
ing at Calkins' factory, then just established. 

1875 March 18, State School hospital burned. 

1876 Jan., Union revival services, conducted by Revs. Jones, Cogshall 
and Lowry, resulted in 102 professed conversions. June 25, Lieut. Heniy 
Har r ington was killed in the Custer massacre. July 23, English sparrows 
introduced by Capt. Mansfield and Geo. Firth. Aug. 1, Nine Coldwater peo- 
ple, participants in a Baptist Sunday-school picnic, were drowned in Baw 
Beese Lake; the lost were (j. A. Taylor, Mrs. John Mosei , Mrs. Thornton 



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and daughter Cora, Mary and Libbie Cunning-ham, Jrfcandall Blackman, Alice 
Hayes, Mary Keeley; the saved, G. N. Ingram, wife and daughter Carrie, G. 
B. Phinney, Mrs J. Alger, Ella Cunningham, Clifford VanEvery. Aug. 19, 
Bowen & McGowan's bank failed: liabilities, $90,000: assets, $31,000. 

1877 — Jan. 23, Stephen C. Rose died, aged 60. March 10, Fire at present 
site of Osborn's gallery burned the "old white schoolhouse" and other struct- 
ures; loss, $5,000. June 11, C. A. Woodward & Co. 's dr.y goods store burned; 
loss, $11,500. Sept. 12, Mrs. Margaret Bair killed by the cars. Sept. 27, 
John Chandler died, aged 60. 

1878 — March 21, Coldwater Grange organized with H. B. George master 
and J. G. Parkhurst lecturer. April 30, Eli Gilmore caught in the act of set- 
ting fire to C. W. Johnson's cooper shop— the fifth and last of his jobs; sen- 
tenced to prison for ten years. June 7, Butter sold at 4 to 6 cents. June 29, 






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OLD EPISCOPAL CHURCH, LATER ARMORY HALL 

This building, the Episcopalians' house of worship for many years, afterward the home of 
Company A for sometime, was destroyed by incendiaries in 1881, furnishing the 
"Armory Hall firebug case," most famous trial in county court annals 



Chas. B. F. Bennett was gored to death by a bull. Oct. 17, Dr. J. H. Beech 
died, aged 59. Nov. 22, Dr. Rufus Kibbe died, aged 71. 

1879— Feb. 23, Robt. F. Mockridge died, aged 59. Albert L. Porter died, 
aged 71. April 7, Rev. Israel Cogshall died, aged 58. April 22, "Coldwater 
owes not a cent and has money in the treasury." Great temperance revival 
conducted by M. L. Hallenbeck. Aug. 16, Dr. Geo. K. Smith died, aged 48. 

1880 — June 1, Elta Raymond drowned in a cistern. June 11, First bicycle 
in Coldwater. July, City bought gravel pit "to lust 50 years;" it did last 15. 
Sept. 19, Melvin Joyce drowned in the river near the cemetery. Nov. 29, The 
Stevens wheelbarrow factory burned a third time; loss, $25,000. Dec. 24, Harry 
Kibbe was killed, being run over by a load of wood. 

1881 — Jan. 26, Alonzo Munyon frozen to death in North Dakota. Feb. 10, 
North part of city flooded. May 21, Conrad Adams, aged 12, killed by the 
cars. June 15, Three incendiary fires; six days later, Armory Hall, Gray's 



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icehouse and barn. July 2, C. B. Peckham and wife celebrated their 70th 
wedding anniversary. July 9, Seely's Hall partially burned by incendiary. 
July 18, C. B. Peckham died, aged 91. Sept. 7, Hon. A. J. Foster died, aged 
40. Sept. 8, Body of Thomas Green found hanging in a tree; had been there 
36 days. Dec. 8, Several firemen arrested for incendiarism. Confession im- 
plicated Fire Chief H. J. Drake and a number of other firemen; the latter con- 
fessed and served prison sentences, but Drake was acquitted after a lengthy 
and very expensive trial. Dec. 12, Frank Wheeler murdered his wife and 
suicided. Dec. 23, Dr. S. S, Cutter died, aged 62. 

1882 — June 26, David Hurst was drowned in Coldwater Lake. Sept. 21, 
Tibbits opera house opened. Bell telephone exchange began business. Oct. 
7, "New" postoffice opened for its nearly 28 years' use. Cutter factory 
founded. Nov. 5, B. C. Webb died, aged 75. Nov. 22, New Armory Hall 
opened; used over 35 years. 

1883 — Feb. 6, Fine skating all over the county on snow crust. July 18, 
Coldwater National Bank robbed at noon of the Lewis $10,000 jewels. Aug. 1, 
Kate Catlin, authoress, died, aged 26. Dec. 20, Capt. Mortimer Mansfield 
died, aged 57. New Lake Shore depot completed. 

1884— March 14, D. S. Han ingUm died, aged 81. May 4, Y. M. C. A. 
organized. May 20, I. O. O. F. Hall dedicated. Aug. 18, Ex-Mayor H. C. 
Lewis died, aged 64. Nov. 15, B. F. Whitnall failed for $50,000. 

1885 — Jan. 10, J. S. Conover & Son lost $5,000 printing outfit in depot fire 
at Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 10, Thirty below zero and all roads blockaded by 
snow. March 15, Aaron Bagley died, aged 93. Aug. 11, Roland Root died, 
aged 72. July 22, Joe Howard pleaded guilty to the charge of robbing the 
Coldwater National Bank two years previous; sentenced to Jackson for five 
years. July 25, Henry Ray died, aged 58. July 26, Six inches of rain fell 
in one hour. Aug. 6, Chas. Culver, aged 21, killed by the cars. Sept. 5, 
Hon. Chas. Upson died, aged 64. Nov. 26, Coldwater Grange Hall dedicated. 
Nov. 9, $5,000 fire in road cart factory. 

1886— Jan. 3, Edwin H. Dunks died, aged 80. March 8, Benton T. Rus- 
sell killed by falling down a stairway. April 5, Proposition to build a new 
court-house defeated by 800. Aug. 31, Slight eahthquake. Oct. 27, Frederick 
V. Smith died, aged 66. Dec. 26, Harris & Harlow's furniture factory burned; 
loss, $11,000. Dec. 29, Public library building dedicated; cost, $10,000; a 
gilt from Hon. E. R. Clarke. 

1887 — April 4, Court-house proposition carried; old building torn down 
in August, also "Old Brick" schoolhouse. April 26, Thos. Johnson killed 
Geo. W. Gordonier, attempted to kill Mrs. Gordonier, his former wife, then 
suicided. June 14, Gas well boring commenced. July 11, Wm. Carl, aged 60, 
killed by the cars. July 16, Road cart factory burned; loss, $25,000. Sept. 
28, Roy Teater killed at the fair by a board thrown from a saw, Nov. 4, Dr. 
D. C. Powers died, aged 65. Dec. 19, Branch County adopted "local option" 
by 2,592. 

1888 — April 11, Rev. Joe Weber's revival meeting closed; 300 conversions. 
June 14, The Johnson cooper age works burned; loss, $11,000. July 8, New 
courthouse first occupied. Sept. 8, Electric street lighting begun by a private 
company; became property of the city about three years later. Dec. 17, Bidel- 
man's livery barn burned; loss, $6,000. 

1889 Jan. 15, Harvey Warner died, aged 80; came here in 1830. Feb. 2, 
Adcllbert Bryan killed by a bull. May 20, Dr. Geo. L. Whitford died, aged 57. 
.July 13, W. I. Lyman's table factory burned; loss, $6,500. Nov. 2, Dr. C. S. 
Tucker died, aged 81. Dec. 30, Ex-Mayor George Starr died, aged 51. 

1890- Jan. 19, Central school building burned; loss, $30,000. Feb. 21, 
Coldwater I load Carl Company failed for $95,000. March 5, P. H. Crippen 
died, aged 81. April 19, Henry Milnes died, aged 72. May 5, City voted to 
Install waterworks to cost $70,000. July 9, Gen. Clinton B. Fink died, aged 
63. Aufif. 28, Road cart factory wrecked by hurricane. Oct. 31, Col. O. H. 
Moore died, aged 65. Dec. 30, Mrs. Polly Jump died, aged 102; was married 
four times. 



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1891 — Feb. 23, John Williams killed in runaway accident. March 20, 
John T. Gilbert died, aged 85. March 26, Calkins' stave mill burned; loss, 
$8,000. April 22, Daniel Ferguson died, aged 93. April 28, Abram V. Hunt 
died, aged 95. May 11, Levi W. Lee died, aged 70. July, New Central school 
building completed; E. B. Saxton contractor, at $34,800. Dec. 12, Allen Tib- 
bits died, aged 87. 

1892— Jan. 11, L. B. Titus died, aged 80. Jan. 14, E. G. Fuller died, aged 
80. Feb. 19, County voted "dry" by 898. March 3, Coldwater National 
Bank robbed of about $60,000 in cash and bonds. May 5, Leslie Linendoll, 




EDWIN R. CLARKE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Presented to the city by Hon. Edwin R. Clarke in 1886. Its cost was $10,000. It houses some 
19,000 volumes, comprising one of the best selected libraries to be found in any small city 

aged 7, was drowned near the A mill. May 22, Robt. M. Wilder died, aged 
65. June 1, Free mail delivery was inaugurated. Sept. 25, S. H. Moulton 
died, aged 77. ' ' 

1893— July 31, Wheat sold at 50c per bushel. Sept. 16, Jas. A. McCarty 
died, aged 78. World's fair attendance from here, 2,800. Nov. 6, Geo. Can- 
rike was killed by falling from a scaffold. Dec. 30, Mrs. D. A. Merrill robbed 
of $155 and house fired. 

1894— March 13, Ex-Mayor Justin Lawyer died, aged 70. Legrand Gowdy 
died, aged 66. May 19, Snowstorm; the mercury dropped fifty degrees — 
from 84 to 34. July 8, James Robinson murdered by Alton A. Misenar. July 
25, County Sunday-school rally: 7,000 present. Aug. 29, Eleven bands at- 
tended tournament here. Sept. 8, Jerome W. Bristol killed by falling into a 
well. Nov. 1, Loren VanValkenburgh died, aged 84. 



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1895— Jan. 28, A. G. Rose died, aged 80. March 19. Mrs. H. J. Schooley 
died, aged 78. April 8, H. J. Schooley died, aged 81. April 17. Thus. SwaffieJd 
died, aged 76. May 8, Mis. D. B. Dennis (formerly Mrs. H. C. Lewis) died, 
aged 69. May 18, Lewis art collection removed to Ann Arbor. Weslexan 
Church remodeled and rededicated. Oct. 30, Slight earthquake Dec. 10, J. 
S. Wolcott died, aged 61. Dec. 16. The Daily Reporter first appeared. 

1896— Feb. 4, L. B. Johnson died, ag-ed 60. Feb. 19, Judge David Thompson 
died, aged 73. March 19, A. S. Glessner died, aged 80. March 30, Fire 
damaged the cutter factory $10,000. Sept. 25, A.T. Lanphere died, aged 62. 

1897 — March 6. John D. Maynard died, aged 63. Junel, L. F. Hale died, 
aged 77. July 31, B. L. Webb died, aged 82. Sept. 11, Adelbert G. Bender, 
aged 21, drowned at Toledo. Sept., Forty-fourth and last county fair held, 
the county voting down by 2,043 majority, in April, 1898, the proposition to 
assist the Agricultural Society financially as provided by law. Oct. 22, Mrs. 
Bernetty Woodard died, aged 102. Nov. 8, Tappan shoe factory commenced 
business; capital stock, $40,000. Oct. 24, Dr. Wm. B. Spraguedied, aged 100. 
Dec. 27, Electric railway franchise granted to Condon & Duncan. 

1898— Jan. 13, A. V. Vanderheyden died, aged 96. April 26, Coldwater 
Light Guards left for Spanish war. June 19, Wm. A. Coombs died, aged 58. 
June 27, D. B. Purinton died, aged 69. July 2, Cement Company organized 
with $2,500,000 capital. Aug. 4, Benj. E. Rolph, aged 22, died at Fernandina, 
Florida, the first Spanish war victim; second, Wilder Higjdns, aged 17. Aug. 
31. Sept. 6-9, First street fair. Sept. 20, Street paving commenced. Nov. 4, 
Mrs. Jas. Canfield burned to death by explosion of stove blacking. Nov. 6, 
Cement works began making cement. 

1899 — Jan. 2, 50,000-gallon crude oil tank at cement factory exploded; 
two men severely injured. Jan. 12, Wm. A. Coombs Milling Co. organized with 
$100,000 paid up capital. Jan. 13, J. C. McClanahan's residence burned; loss, 
$8,000. June 15, David White died, aged 81. Aug. 7, Mrs. Ella Harper died, 
aged 95. Aug. 24, B. S. Tibbits died, aged 58. Oct. 16, S. M. Seely died, 
aged 73. 

1900 — Jan. 21, Nathan Reed died, aged 83; was married seven times. 
March 29, Samuel Pollock died, aged 68. May 31, Coldwater adopted stand- 
ard time. June 19, James Dunbar killed in machinery of cement factory 
dredge. June 26, Hon. N. P. Loveridge died, aged 74. July 19, David Bovee 
died, aged 80. Sept. 1, First rural mail delivery out of Coldwaier; Seward 
Cleveland carrier. Sept. 7, Edwin R. Clarke died, aged 72. Oct 14, Dr. L. C. 
Marsh died, aged 79. Dec. 7, John D. Wood died, aged 83. 

1901 — Jan. 20, R. J. Burt died, aged 80. Jan. 25, John Roberts died, aged 

83. Jan. 28, Mrs. Julia Wolf, aged 80, killed by falling down stairs. Feb. 
17, Mrs. Chas. Carpenter died, aged 46. March 6, Fire at Calkins & Co.'s 
plant did $6,000 damage; B. H. Calkins seriously burned. May 23, John O. 
Pelton died, aged 87. June 15, Anthony Henning died, aged 72. Aug. 20, 
Dr. T. J. Turner died, aged 72. 

1902— Jan. 14, Elijah C. Branch died, aged 77. Feb. 24, Dr. James M. 
Long died, aged 73. March 16, Treat & Son's warehouse burned; lo»s, $10,000. 
Maich 24, A. B. Dickinson died, aged 70. March 26, D. H. Davis died, aged 

84. April 3, Charles T Gilbert died, aged 58. April 11, Ex-Mayor 
David B. Dennis died, aged 83. April 15, J. E. Allen died, aged 78. 
April 16, Mis. Kate Green died, aged 112. April 29, C. V. L Kibbe 
died, aged 67. June 14, Geo. W. Stevenson died, aged 96. Sept. 7, Barrett 
Palrnatier killed while hunting. Sept. 15, Judge D. N. Green died, aged 79. 
Oct. 16, Rev. Peter Zeller died. Nov. 23, Mary Reilly run over by carriage 
and killed. Dec. 25, Mrs. J. S. Conover died, aged 61. 

1903— Jan. 16, Ideal Fixture Co.'s factory damaged $7,000 by fire. Coal 
famine; factories closed. March 3, Harvey Haynes died, aged 86. April 5, 
J. S. Conover died, aged 62. April 20, Ralph Withington was killed in the 
Union City cement works. April 21, Dr. C. H. Woodcoxdied, aged 60. July 
26, Wm. H. Allen died, aged 78. Sept. 1, C. D. Randall died, aged 72. Oct. 
9, Stenographer Jas. King fell dead in the court room. Oct. 22, Ebenezer 
Byde died, aged 93. Nov. 27, Albert Chandler died, aged 89. Nov. 30, Lewis 
A. Thompson died, aged 95. 



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1904 — Feb. 7, North part of city flooded again. April, Wolverine (now 
Southern Michigan) Telephone Co. commenced business here. April 18, Dr. 

1. P. Alger died, aged 83. June 17, Johnson Cooperage Co. lost $5,000 by 
fire. Sept. 18, Thos. W. Dickinson died, aged 89. Nov. 29, Wallace Trostel 
killed by the cars. Dec. 29, Christopher Coffman died, aged 98. 

1905— Feb. 1, B. R. Moore died, aged 68. Feb. 12, Dr. W. L. Andrews died, 
aged 64. Feb. 17, Rev H. P. Collin resigned Presbyterian pastorate, after 
over 26 years' service. March 18, Ex-Gov. Cyrus G. Luce died, aged 81. April 
13, Dr. H. B. Townsend died, aged 87. May 18, New city charter became law. 
June 8, Herbert Stygles struck and killed by a locomotive. June 13, J. B. 
Hellenberg died, aged 71. July 2, Leroy Butler killed by the cars. July 12, 
John Murphey died, aged 75. July 31, Ex-Mayor S. B. Kitchel died, aged 64. 
Aug. 28, J. H. D. Warren died, aged 82. Oct. 15. Ex-Mayor B. H. Calkins 
died, aged 65. Dec. 10, Trunk lines of sanitary sewer system finished. Dec. 
17, Ralph and Ray Relyea drowned in North Lake. 

1906— Feb. 22, Maccabee Hall dedicated. March 29, Uri Blodgett died, 
aged 85. April 5, L. D. Halsted died, aged 89; resided here 70 years. April 
15-16, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sawdey died. May 6. Gen. J. G. Parkhurst died, 
aged 82. May 26, Mrs. Kimball Parrish died, aged 89; had resided here 70 years. 
May 31, Alex Kerr died, aged 80. June 16, John Anderson killed in a saloon 
row. June 28, Kimball Parrish died, aged 88; resided here 70 years. Aug. 
16, Samuel Stowell died, aged 88. Sept. 2, Free Methodist Church dedicated. 
Oct. 22, Robt. Milnes died, aged 58. Dec. 21, Prosper C. Johnson died, 
aged 68. 

1907— Feb. 9, Carroll Bros.' store burned; loss $10,000. Feb. 19, E. B. 
Saxton died, aged 74. April 14, Dr. Wm. Wilson died, aged 59. May 27, 
Anthony R. Brown died, aged 79. June 9, Fr. Korst, rector St. Charles' 
Church 33 years previous to 1900, died. June 18, J. B. Knapp died, aged 90. 
June 26, J* H. VanAken died, aged 86; resided here 71 years. July 4, Bessie 
Munion killed by the cars. Aug. 9, Mrs. Louisa J. Wilder died, aged 84; 
resided here 78 years. Sept. 21, H. H. Flandermeyer died, aged 71; merchant 
here over 50 years. Sept. 27, J. F. Pratt died, aged 78. Oct. 28, A. J. Aldrich 
died, aged 65. Oct. 31, Chas. H. Milnes died, aged 65. Dec. 5, W. Job Will- 
iams died, aged 67. 

1908 — Jan. 14, Rev. Win. T. Lowry, former Baptist pastor, died, aged 67. 
Jan. 9, Vernon L. Nettleton suicided after attempting to murder his sis- 
ter. Jan. 18, J. S. Barber died, aged 84. Jan. 25, Mrs. L. D. Halsted burned 
to death. March 5, Mrs. Jane Cunningham, aged 65, killed by falling down 
stairs. March 5-9, North part of town flooded again. April, Mrs. E.O. Lan- 
phere willed St. Mark's Church $5,000; in the fall of 1907 Mrs. Margaret Lang- 
dell left this church $10,000. April 7, Dr. S. H. Clizbe died, aged 65. April 
25, Elks' carnival cleared $6,400. May 5, A. R. Burrows died, aged 81. July 

2, Italian murdered west of Lake Shore yards. Aug. 1, Fire back of S. M. 
Hotel; loss, $9,000. Sept. 3, Mrs. Mary E. Daugherty died, aged 76; she was 
the first white child born in Coldwater. Oct. 6, Israel Cory died, aged 94. Nov., 
Latter Day Saints' Church completed. Dec. 4, John T. Starr died, aged 47. 

1909 — March 19, Harlow Williams died, aged 82: resident of the county 73 
years. March 28, The body of Sidney Brown, aged 67, was found in North 
Lake. April 5, Local option carried in Branch County by 581. June 9, 
Arthur J. Pierce died, aged 52. June 22, Corner-stone of the new postoffice 
building laid. Nov. 10, Mrs. Cornelius Finney, aged 59, killed by failing 
down stairs. 

1910 — Jan. 14, Six convictions, in the Circuit Court, of violating the local 
option law; lines aggregated $200 and 194 days' imprisonment. Feb. 15, 
Lafayette M. Bassett died, aged 78. Feb. 26, Close of a run of 82 days' 
sleighing. May 13, Garber A. Nichols died, aged 50. May 16, New postoffice 
building accupied and opened to the public. May 17, Jay M. See, a lad 17 
years old, killed by the caving in of an abandoned well from which he was 
taking brick. June 6, Mrs. Henry C. Bailey died, aged 72. June 12, Robert 
O. Chandler, aged 71, died from burns received in his room over Roby 's drug 
Store, -inly 21, Dr. George Ferguson died, aged 83. July 22, John L. May- 
□ard died, aged 43. Aug. 5, Frank Carpenter killed by a fall from a scaffold 
at, the l A" mill. Aug. 1(1, M rs. 1. N. Shaw died, aged 91. Sept. 21, Hiram 



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Simmons died, aged 92. Sept. 27, John W. Ives, aged 76, accidentally killed 
by falling through a floorin Bidelman's livery barn. Dec. 3, T. W. Mudgett 
died, aged 86. 

1911 — Feb. 10, Vanderhoof place sold to city as site for new armory for 
Company A; price, $4,600. March 8, Mrs. Caroline M. Lawyer found dead in 
bed; she left the Methodist Church $10,000. April 16, R. A. Hall died, aged 
68. April 17, Isaac Vanderhoof died, aged 80. May 28, George Jackowiak 
drowned by falling into the river from the Cement Co. tug. June 29, Branch 
County Chautauqua opened for its first session. July 4, Mercury 102°. July 5, 
Mrs. Amy M. Rice died, aged 19. July 25, Harvey Mills died, aged 92. July 27, 
Arthur Cunningham killed by being run over by an automobile. July 28, 
Wm. Hurst died, aged 70. Aug. 6, Bradford Corless died, aged 80; he had 




METHODIST CHURCH CHOIR, 1906 

First Row— Melvin Clark, Mrs. W. S. Lockwood, W. C. Bailey, Harvey Fonda, Mrs. W. D.Tripp. 

Fern Doerr, Mabel Gripman, C. E. Tracy 
Second Row— Geo. W. Payne, Rena Clark, Neva Kennedy, Maude Fox, Mabel Fonda, Pearl 

Arnold, Blanche Grice, Bess Rodgers, Robert Evans, W.D.Tripp 
Third Row— Edwin Nichols, Henry Doerr, May Fetterly, Carrie Barnard, Mrs. Ella Garey, 
Alice Bailey, Mrs. S. O. Morgan, W. S. Lockwood, Nellie Stowell, Pearl Schrontz, Mrs. M. H. 
Smith, Mrs. F. B. Kennedy, Mrs. Henry Doerr, Mrs. Dr. Cornell 

resided here 75 years. Aug. 23, Dr, Leon A. Warsabo died, aged 63. Oct. 8, 
St. Charles parochial school dedicated. Oct. 25, Mrs. Roland Root died, aged 
89; resided here 77 years. Nov. 12, Mrs. Richard tiurst shot her husband. 

1912— Jan. 1, Mrs. Clinton B. Pisk died, aged 79. Jan. 2-16, Mercury 1 to 
15 below zero every night but one. Feb. 1, Ueo. Mansell died, aged 87; was 
in business here 46 years. Feb. 5, Mrs. Jos. K. Hutchinson burned to death 
by the explosion of a can of kerosene oil while kindling a fire. March 3, 
Mrs. Cynthia Brewer died, aged nearly 94; resided here 75 years. March 5, 
Mrs. D. C. Powers died, aged 81. April 1, Branch County voted by 1146 to 
remain under local option; three years ago, 581; Coldwater "dry" by 26; 
three .years ago "wet" by 41. May 2, City Council appointed first park and 



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recreation commissioners, and purchased the old "C" mill site of about 1\ 
acres on the Coldwater River. July 7, Josiah Dingmon killed by Lake Shore 
train while riding- his bicycle on the track. July 29, Warehouse of Wolver- 
ine Portland Cement Co. burned; loss, $75,000; insurance, $20,000. July 29, 
Benj. F. Rolph crushed to death by the wheels of an ice wagon. Aug. 3, 
Mercury stood at 39°, coolest point of a cool summer. Sept. 26, James R. 
Dickey died, aged 65. Oct. 8, Salvatore Amato killed at cement factory by 
being wound around a swiftly moving shaft. Oct. 22, Geo. W. Kellogg, aged 
21, killed in the Warner coal shaft east of town. Oct. 26, Harry F. Bailey 
died, aged 38. Dec. 23, Ives G. Miles died, aged 83. Dec. 28, Gen. Frank D. 
Newberry died, aged 72. 

1913— Jan. 27, Mrs. H. J. Woodward died, aged 81. July 3, Thirty-year 
franchise granted to Battle Creek, Coldwater & Southern Ry. July 4, Helen 
Phibbs, aged 17, drowned while bathing in Palmer Lake. July 25, Co. A left 
for Upper Peninsula to assist in quelling labor riots. July 27, Mercury 103 u ; 
the summer of 1913 was one of the hottest and driest on record. July 28, 
Body of Justin A. Dunham, who had disappeared four years before, found in 
a marsh near Tekonsha. Sept. 4, New electric street lights in business section 
turned on. Sept. 24, The Coldwater Packing Co. commenced business. Oct. 
6, E. R. Clarke & Co.'s three-story double store collapsed, a foundation wall 
giving way; loss, $20,000; accupants escaped unhurt. Dec. 17, Mrs. S. W. 
Driggs died, aged 86; had resided here 75 years. Dec. 25, Henry C. Simons 
died, aged 69. 

1914 — Jan. 19, W. H. McCort's store burglarized; loss, about $1,000 worth 
of silks. Feb. 24, Sister Julian (Miss Hanley) died, as a result of a fall 
down a stairway. March 22, Wm. King died, aged 88. April 6, County fair 
proposition snowed under in the county by 1,367. April 10, Neil Merrill died, 
aged 61. April 18, Mercury stood at 90 in the shade; April 20, only 30, with 
snow. May 21, Hon. Albert A. Dorrance died, aged 87; he was one of the 
founders of the Republican party "under the oaks" at Jackson. May 26, 
Henry C. Bailey died, aged 82. July 4, Grand celebration; 15,000 out-of- 
town people here. Aug. 22, Horace Kitchel bought the Courier, consolidating 
it with the Reporter. Sept. 9, Y. M. C. A. building sold to Masons for temple. 
First asphalt pavement, Marshall and South Monroe Streets. Sept. 22, Hez- 
ekiah Sweet died, aged 74. Oct. 26-31, Masonic fair; receipts, $5,000. Nov. 
6, Libby McNeill & Libby's plant completed, ready for business. Nov. 18, 
Wallace E. Wright died, aged 69. 

1915 — Jan. 1, Southern Michigan Telephone Co. bought up the Bell Com- 
pany. March 16, Charles H. Newell died, aged 60. April 16, Benjamin R. 
Ferguson died, aged 96. June 24, Emilio Mancini was murdered near the 
cement factory. Aug. 6, Chelsea Wilmarth, aged 21, gored to death by a 
bull. Aug. 14, Mrs. F. J. Dunks died, aged 74. Aug. 27, Mercury 40°; the 
summer of 1915 was one of the most remarkable on record for coolness and 
rainfall. Sept. 22, County Clerk Roy G.Moore died, aged 32. Sept. 24, Mrs.Jas. 
Swain died, aged 43. Sept. 25, Mrs. Frank G. Sharp died, aged 56. Oct. 18, 
Bon Ami Club opened their new club house. Laundry building at the State 
Public School burned; loss, $6,000. Nov. 15, St. Mark's parish house 
completed and opened, Nov. 26, John A. Kerr died, aged 64. Dec. 23, Harvey 
D. Miller died, aged 93. Dec. 31, Geo. W. Whitehead died; he was born here 
79 years ago. 

1916.— Jan. 1, Chas. N. Legg died, aged 69. Jan. 15, Alfred Milnes died, 
aged 71. Feb. 13, Close of six weeks' revival services conducted by Evangelist 
Newlin under the auspices of the Methodist, Baptist and Wesleyan Churches; 
529 "hit the sawdust trail." March 22, Thunder and lightning snowstorm and 
blizzard. March 23, "Gentle Spring" — 6 above zero. April 9, Mrs. Clarissa 
Taylor died, aged 92; had lived here 63 years. April 25, Horace J. Wood- 
ward, in business here 59 years, died, aged 80. April 28, Mrs. Elizabeth Ben- 
nett died, aged 92. April 29, Robert Swaffield died, aged 83. June 17, John 
R. Champion died, aged 83. Aug. 16, Alfred E. Pearce died, aged 49. Sept. 
5, Mrs. C. B. Pennock died, aged 42. Sept. 7, C. D. Warner died, aged 76. 
Sept. 30, John Deabler was killed by the overturning of an automobile. Oct. 
30, Roland Homes was killed by the skidding of his automobile. Princess 
Manufacturing Company commenced operations. Nov. 28, Mrs. Sarah Kennard 
died, aged 93. 



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THE COLDWATER CITY BAND, 1875 

Jas. Bradley Frank Atwater Benj. Mains Dennis Tracy 

L. E. Bolster Chas. Gage F. J. Dart, Drum Major W. G. Wing- John Lilly 

Will Atwater H. L. Bornstein Frank Blye Henry Behse 

Thomas Rhodes Will Flynn Louis M. Hoefler, Leader Moss Rodman Max Sitter 

This band, organized in 1875— more than forty years ago — was for years 
one of the best in the State. Its uniforms and instruments were the finest in 
Michigan. Several of the members still reside here. The leader, Louis M. 
Hoefler, at that time a hustling- Coldwater tradesman, is now one of the lead- 
ing lawyers of San Francisco. 



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1917 — Jan. 3, Mrs. Sophia Upson Pratt died, aged 86. Jan. 24, Henry C. 
Whitley, aged 78, died from burns sustained in his home. Feb. 15, Company 
A returned home; they had left for the Mexican border June 24. March 13-24, 
Schools, churches, lodges, etc., closed on account of diphtheria. April 6, 
War on Germany declared. May 6, First Sunday movies. June 7, High 
school 50th annual commencement; 51 graduates. June 19, Albert J. Dorrance 
died, aged 60. The city purchased a modern auto fire truck; price, 
$3,475. July 5, Mrs. Cecilia B. Bingham, aged 88, fatally injured by be- 
ing run over by an auto. July 18, Public demonstration for Company A; im- 
pressive parade, several bands; estimated crowd, 20,000; proceeds for Company 
A, $1,683,77; cornerstone for new $45,000 armory laid. July 20, First draft of 
men for German war. July 24, Company A mustered into United States service. 
Aug. 5, Elwin E. Funk died, aged 39. Aug. 7, Mrs. L. E. Rose died, aged 70. 
Aug. 15. Company A entrained for Grayling. Aug. 17, Willis E. Hodgman 
died, aged 45. Sept. 3, Mrs. Nancy A. Searing died, aged 97; she was the old- 
est resident of the city. Sept. 12, Sheriff George W. Ralston was shot dead 
by Frank Van Tassel, an insane resident of California Township, who was 
later in the night killed in his house by a volley from a posse. Elmer J. Allen 




ALF0RD THOMPSON, WIFE AND SONS 

This aged and highly respected couple lived together almost 68 years, finally passing away 
within a tew days of each other 



died, aged 52. Dec. 10, Chas. W. Mannerow died, aged 71. Dec. 22, William 
T. Doll, aged ten, rescued Greta Randerson from drowning in the Coldwater 
River, but himself perished under the ice. Dec. 23, Mrs. L. L. Calkins 
died, aged 34. 

1918 — Jan. 3, Amariah G. Stevens died, aged 83. Jan. 5, Ora E. Bacon 
died, aged 58. Jan. 7, Mrs. R. Allen Hall died, aged 72. Jan. 9, Willis 
Miller died, aged 65. Jan. 10, Emily Keickhoefer and Richard Winters mar- 
ried. Jan. 12-13, Blizzard; 22 below zero; all railroad trains abandoned. 
Jan. 13, Mrs. Mary J. Brown died, aged 88. Jan. 18-22, Factories closed by 
government order, to conserve fuel; serious coal shortage country wide. Jan. 
20, Wm. B. Downer died, aged 85. Ruth Hillborg and Frank T. Abel married. 
Jan. 21, Alford Thompson died, aged 87. Jan. 22, Henry Doerr died, aged 
60. Jan. 23, Wm. Wimer died, aged 75; also Merinous N. Nyssen, 80. Jan. 
25, Mrs. A. F. Mason died, aged 65; also Wm. H. Sanford, 73. Jan. 26, Hazel 
U. Legg and Irvin K. Manoin married; also Anna Saxton and H. O. Swain. 
Jan. 30, Glenn Mason, aged 16, killed by a falling tree. Jan. 25, Mrs. G. F. 
Fuller died, aged 30. Jan. 31, Roxie King and Joseph VanBlarcom married. 
During January the mecury fell to zero or below practically every night and 
thirty inches of snow fell; ground frozen six feet deep. 

Feb. 3, Mrs. Marcia M. Ingram died, aged 71; also Benj. Nachbauer 36. 
Feb. 5, Wm. H. Bingham narrowly escaped death by taking poison by mistake. 
Feb, 6, Mercury rose from 20 below zero to 34 above. Feb. 9, David W. 
Weldy died, aged 81. Feb. 10, Willet J. Potter died, aged 53. Feb. 11, Judge 
John B. Shipman died, aged 86. Feb. 12, Kind of several weeks' sleighing. 
Wm. II. Relyea died, aged 04. Feb. 14, Francis C. Leaman died, aged 50. 



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Wm. Abbott suicided. Feb. 15, Mrs. Amelia Hale died, aged nearly 95. Feb. 
16, Myron Draper died, aged 66. Feb. 17, Sheriff Nelson W. Fennerdied, aged 
43; making- Sheriff Cline the third to hold that office within about five months. 
Feb. 19, Rev. John Hewitt died, aged 73; also Mrs. Lillian Barney, 73. • Mr. 
and Mrs. Cortland Clement celebrated their fiftieth wedding annivnrsary. Feb. 
21, Louise E. Hufnagle died, aged 69. Feb. 27, Mrs. Alford Thompson died, 
aged 84; also Chas. F. Stygles, 77. 

March 2, Public reception for Gov. Sleeper. March 6, Adolphus E. Buck 
died, aged 69; also Mrs. Frank Graham, 55. Wallace J. Selby and Esther L. 
Young married. March 7, Vine Warner and Stanley Hine married. March 
8, Edward Stillman died, aged 66. March 9, Charles F. Sumner died, aged 75; 
also Mrs. ' Frances J. Bennett, 78. March 17, Great Patriotic League mass 
meetings at the Opera House and Armory Hall. March 18, Roger Dorrance 
died, aged 6. March 19, Wm. S. Chandler died, aged 50. March 21, Irene 
Fisher and John VanUyke married. March 26, Wilbur French died, aged 64. 
March 29, Clyde Musselman died, aged 23. 




THE GREAT CHOIR OF THE NEWLIN EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS IN 1916 



April 1, City election; Frank G. Sharp, Republican, defeats Willis M. 
Drury, Democrat, for mayor; Wm. T. Stansell, Democrat, defeats Robt. 
Rattray, Republican, for clerk; Edson S. Taylor, Democrat, defeats Henry C. 
Clark, Republican, for justice of the peace; Edwin E. Bennett, Republican, 
elected treasurer with no opposition. Ralph Selby died, aged 20. April 6, Mrs. 
E. H. Mott died, aged 50. Ruth Clark and Arthur Sloman married. April 
10, Mrs. Garber A. Nichols died, aged 57. April 11, Mrs. E. N. Howe died, 
aged 61. April 20, Mrs. A. R. Brown died, aged 80. April 22, Alonzo A. 
Olmsted died, aged 80; also Mrs. Lena S. Harris, 57. April 23, Joseph M. 
Smith died, aged 64. April 26, Big Liberty Day demonstration. April 27, 
Ida Ferguson and Herman Kester married. April 30, Ira F. Parker died, 
aged 58. 

May 1, The King's Daughters burned the paper covering the final debt on 
their building; on the 5th the Church of Christ did the same. May 2, Mrs. 
Chas. R. Moore died, aged 68. Alma Ryder and J. W. Corwin married. May 3, 
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wolcott celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary. May 
5, Wm. S. Hughey died, aged 51. May 6, Geo. R. Rosenbrook died, aged 72; 
also Mrs. S. A. Bisbee, 73. Anna E. McGrath and Paul P. Smith married. 
May 7, Mrs. Margaret R. Beach died, aged 68. Howard F. Draper and Lena 



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Collette married. May 10, D. K. Shields Jr., died, aged 7. May 13, Mrs. Karl 
May died, aged 42. May 14, Herman Golchert died, aged 68. May 15, Mrs. 
Anna S. Walker died, aged 74; also Mrs. Mary J Cook, 82. May 18, Frank 
Sullwan died in the naval hospital at Portsmouth, Va. May 16, Mrs. Samuel 
Chestnut died, aged 54. May 17, Vincent Kutchey died, aged six. May 26. 
Winfield Scott Nichols died, aged 68. May 30, Mrs. D. B. DeLand Cady died, 
aged 53; also John F. Hiatt, 76. May 31, Clinton F. Bennett and Mrs. Christine 
Hogue married. Lewis C. Reed died, aged 66. 

June 1, Mrs. Catharine Whitbeck died, aged 77. June 4, Mrs. W. C. Fluke 
died, aged 66. June 5, Mrs. C. L, Ball died, aged 61. June 8, Mrs. Geo. A. 
Button died, aged 63. Home of A. R. Kibbe seriously damaged by fire. 
June 10, Franklin E. Morgan died, aged 82. June 11, Anna McNitt and Roy 
Brauker married. Mrs. Frank B. Angevine died, aged 44. June 18, Melburn 
Burns, aged 17, was killed in Battle Creek, being struck by a locomotive 




ST. PAUL'S GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 

This historic structure, erected by the Presbyterians in 1844, was sold to the Lutherans in 1868 
and moved to its present location. It has been modernized and made a 
very comfortable house of worship 



while riding a motorcycle. June 19, George Snyder attempted suicide by fir- 
ing a bullet into his forehead; he died Aug. 18. Frank L. Parker was crushed 
to death and Grant L. Smith terribly injured by the newspaper press in the 
Reporter office starting up while they were inside of it. June 20, Myrtle Allen 
and Donald Wheeler married. June 22, Serious damage from frost. June 
24, Grace B. Oberlin and Frank J. Berry married. June 25, Mildred H. Waffle 
and Herbert L. Sloman married. June 28, Josiah W. Troxel died, aged 70. 
June 30, Marshall P. Woodward and Frances I. McLane married. 

July 4, James Raymond died, aged 50. July 5, Wm. Steward died, aged 
80; also Mrs. A. R. Dick, 51. July 2, Vaiden C. Bordner, 31, was murdered in 
his automobile near Jackson. July 7, Reuben V. Eligh died, aged 68. July 15, 
Robert Sberburn killed by the overturning of his automobile. July 16, Cold- 
water-Detroit motor truck freight service begun. July 17, Wm. H. Brown 
died, aged 78. July 20, Alice M. Barnard and Patterson T>. Merrill married. 
July 27, Spencer M. Youngs died, aged 59. July 29, Lorene H. Osborn and 
Albert H. Jewell married; also Fred Speaker and Wealtha E.' Bragg. July 
31, Ser^t. Clyde Clinefelter, 25, of Company A, killed in action in France, the 
first Cold water boy to make the supreme sacrifice at the front. 



HISTORICAL 



27 



Aug-. 3, Vera B. Filkins and Louis L. Oarpenter'married. Aug. 5, Erma 
Grand all accidentally fired a bullet into her head, probably incapacitating 
her for the remainder of life. Aug. 6. Mrs. Flora Benjamen and John Smith 
married. Aug. 5-8, Extremely hot period; highest temperature 105. Aug. 8, 
Mrs. C. H. Dickinson died, aged 62: a]so Irene Marv Donahue, 25. Aug. 11, 
Mrs. Edith L. Mitchell and G. Floyd Fuller married. Aug. 13, Benson K. 
Robbins died, aged 78. Aug. 19, Nellie Gilbert died, aged 84; also Hannah 
Greenwood, 61, who had been a patient in the Kalamazoo hospital 40 years. 
Aug. 22, Mrs. W. A. Fletcher died, aged 32; also Mrs. John Phibbs 78. Aug. 
23, Mrs. John Bishop died, aged 56. Aug. 25, Daniel Bradley died, aged 77. 
Aug. 27,, Primary election to make nominations for November election. Aug. 




THE LATE EDWARD R. ROOT 

Born here in 1851, he became one of Coldwatnr's foremost citizens. He served as Postmaster, 
as Captain of Company A, and in other public capacities. He was Secretary-Treasurer 
of the Wolverine Portland Cement Company and an invaluable official 
in St. Mark's Episcopal Church. He died Oct. 2. 

30, Mammoth demonstration in the park, following news of Company A's gal- 
lant fighting in France. Aug. 31, Mrs. Frances Harbaugh and Karl May 
married. 

Sept. 3, Mrs. Frances Zeller died, aged 59. Sept. 10, Mrs. Olive Abbott 
died, aged 76; also Mrs. Alfred Yeatter. Sept. 19, Great war meeting, prepar- 
atory to th^ fourth liberty loan. Sept. 12, Registration day under new law 
making age limits 18 to 45 for war service. Sept. 14, Mrs. Elva Pickhaver 
died, aged 49. Ald^n Harris and Anna Brown married. Sept. 17, Mrs. L. L. 
Daniells died, aged 73. Sept. 22, Monster war meeting in New Armory, the 
first public gathering held in the building. Sept. 23, Wm. S. Titus died, aged 
54. Sept 24, Mrs. G. W. Harding died, aged 69. Sept. 26, Mrs. Nelson Doty 
died, aged 71. Mary E. Pierce and Theodore Smith married. Sept. 28-29, 
Volunteer days for fourth liberty loan. Sept. 28, Albert A. Dorrance and 
Rafael a Tennant married. 

Oct. 2, Edward R. Root died, aged 67. Oct. 8, Mrs. Marguerite Hillborg 
died, aged 47. Oct. 10, Seeley A. Teller died, aged 23. Oct 12, Maurice Calk- 
ins died, aged 14. Oct. 13, Sun obscured by yellow haze, caused by terrible 



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HISTORICAL 



forest fires in the northwest. Mrs. Eliza Pearce died, aged 87; also Mrs. Caro- 
line Ray, 66, and LomarC. Billington, 32. Oct. 14, Schools, churches, lodges, 
etc., closed on account of Spanish influenza. Mrs. Adelia C. Tyler died, 
aged 79. Oct. 15, Residence of Geo. Carter partially burned. Margaret Hoyt 
died, aged 13. Oct. 18, Two fires at the same time: Wm. June's barn on East 
Washington Street practially destroyed, and F. H. Welch's residence at 35 
Hull badly damaged. Oct. 19, Lee Campbell died, aged 31; also Fred B. 
Johnson, 44, and daughter Albeata, five. Arnold Raymond and Mrs. Mary 
Bauer married. Oct 20, Margaret Moore died, aged 20; also Bertha M. 
Young, 14. Oct. 21, Howard J. Wickes died, aged three; also Lula Bellamy, 




THE NEW ARMORY 



The corner-stone of this splendid building was laid July 18, 1917, and the work was completed 
about a year later. Its cost was $45,000. The Building Committee appointed by the 
State were former Captains E. D. Legg, R. G. Bishop and M. S. Andrews, 
with H. H. Barlow and J. C. Smallshaw. As an auditorium 
the great drill room will seat over 1,200 people. 



29, Alfred Turner, 19, and Mrs. Vina M. Tarr, 23. Oct. 22, Daniel Boyer 
died, aged two years; also Mrs. Wm. J. Burns, Jr., 28, and Mary McNall, 
three. Eleven deaths within four days, largely from the epidemic of influenza. 
Oct. 23, Dorothy Tompkins died, aged four months; also George P. Adams, 
21. Oct, 24, Mrs. H. F. Fletcher died, aged 27; also Edward M. Drohan, 74. 
Oct. 25, Mrs. C. J. Carlisle died, aged 31; also Doris A. Scaggs, two, and 
Henry B. Guiteau, 43. Oct. 28, Mrs. Jane Rogers died, aged 85; also Mrs. W. 
C. Wilder, 46, and Edward D. Hollis, 33. Oct. 29, Floyd C. Nichols died, 
aged 17; also Mrs. Sarah I. Legg, 94, one of the oldest persons in Branch 
County and a resident here for 05 years. Oct. 30, Mrs. Elizabeth Swarbrick 
died, aged 72; also Floyd C. Estlow, 27. 

Nov. 1, First snow. Nov. 3, Mrs. Letta Long died, aged 84. Nov. 4, 
Mth. Dora Jordan died, aged 69. Nov. 5, Myrna Parker and Carl S. Doty 
married. Fall election; clean sweep for Republicans in Branch County. 



HISTORICAL 



29 



Nov. 6, A. La Verne Stansell and Leila Ebenhack married. Harold G. Free- 
man died, aged 36; also Mrs. Homer Brown, 22. Nov. 7, Great excitement on 
account of reported surrender of Germany's war forces. Joseph Cornelius died, 
aged 69. Nov. 8, Mrs. Arthur Bidwell died, aged 31; also Carl Markley, 29. 
Nov. 11, Great peace demonstration: Nov. 13, Ianthis D. Miner died, aged 80. 
Nov. 15, Wm. Welch died, aged 71. Nov. 16, Mrs. Louise Squires died, aged 73; 
also Mrs.Rollin S Davis (formerly Kathryn Kavanagh) in Detroit, 34. Nov. 
17, Rev G. C. Lamont resigned the Baptist pastorate, leaving the third church 
of the city without a pastor, the other two being the Episcopal and Wesleyan. 
Nov. 19, Mrs Lillie M. Smullen died, aged 59; also Mrs J. L. Worden, 66. Nov. 
22, Mrs Lucy Parker died; also Henry F. Rosenbrook, aged 8. Nov. 23, Mrs. 
John R. Champion died. Nov. 26, News received of the death of Arthur Slo- 




COLDWATER'S $52,500 POSTOFFICE BUILDING 



man in France Oct. 27. Samuel Knecht died, aged 68. Nov. 27, Alma McDonald 
and Wm. O'Sullivan married. Frank B. Price died, aged 82. Nov. 28, Stephen 
P. Gallagher and Ethel L. Stroh married. Nov. 29, Mrs. Bertha M. Matsel died, 
aged 24. Nov. 30, Geo. E. Ricketson and Lottie Harmon married. 

Dec. 1. Alman T. Jenkins died, aged 46. Dec. 2, County Drain Commis- 
sioner Eli D. Tift was almost instantly killed, his automobile being struck by 
a fast passenger train; he was 45 years of age. Mrs Augustus Eldred died, aged 
53. Dec. 4. Mrs. Catherine Otis died, aged 75. Dec. 5, Mrs. Enfield Gallap died, 
aged 92. Dec. 6, Florence M. Bauder died, aged 32. Dec. 7, Chas. Nachbauer 
died, aged 28. Dec. 8,, Geo. D. Barrows and Mrs. Anna Odell were married. 
Dec. 10, Mrs. Francis Granger died, aged 73. Dec. 12, Wm. Young died, aged 
78. Dec. 13, Mrs. Ruby Reynolds Dickey died, aged 30; also Henry Huested, 80. 
Dec. 14, Elsie Dorrance died, aged 20. Dec. 15, Edith C. Buell died, aged 23. 
Dec. 16, Assistant Postmaster Hal D. Crippen died, aged 50; he had served 



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HISTORICAL 



over 33 years in the Coldwater postoffice. Jacob Echtinaw and Mrs Margaret 
Sorter married. Dec. 18, Frank Newberry and Mrs.Rilla VanHoosear mar- 
ried. Dec. 19, Kirk R. Sheldon died, aged 79. Dec. 21, Catherine Bowker 
died in California. Dec. 22, Close of a remarkably mild autumn; but little 
freezing weather and but little fall of snow, with none to lie upon the ground. 
Dec. 25, Ruth L. Zeller and Claude R. Peavey married. 




THE CITY HALL 

In use, practically unchanged, for more than fifty years, the need of an adequate Municipal 
Building is felt. Two very desirable sites are mentioned: opposite the Postoffice, 
and opposite the Methodist Church— the MeLane lot. 

Recent business changes: E. A. Bidelman sells the Southern Michigan 
Garage to McNaughton & Warner; J. E. Pelkie sells his restaurant to Gar 
McOmber; the Coldwater Plumbing Co. moves from 70 West Chicago to 14 
South Monroe Street. Dr. J. Wesley Hoverter of Evart locates here for the 
practice of medicine. 

There were 154 deaths in the city during 1918, which exceeds all former 
records, at least of recent years. 



HISTORICAL 



31 




A SAMPLE LOT OF COLD WATER'S COMPANY "A" BOYS 



The Roll of Honor 

The following- list, compiled for this 
Directory by W. A. Benjamin, is be- 
lieved to cover the names of all the 
Branch County boys who have given 
their lives during- the war in Europe: 

Alderman Claude W., Corp. -.Bronson 

Adams Geo. T Coldwater 

Bohacz Wm. J., Corporal-. -Bronson 

Bennett R. Edwin Bronson 

Branch Clifford T Tekonsha 

Bowley Charles Quincy 

Berger Harold Y.__ Coldwater 

Clinefelter Clyde., Serg-e ant, Coldwater 
Cockel Chas. M., Corporal. -.Bronson 

Conant John Coldwater 

Carr Ralph Coldwater 

Cass Roy B California 

Demorest Joe, Corporal Quincy 

Dunn Edward C. Union City 

Greeley Timothy W. Bronson 

Grinnell Harry Union City 

Hower Richard Sherwood 

Herman Stephen Sherwood 

Hughes Chas. E Union City 

Henry Cyril ...Coldwater 

Johns Leonard Coldwater 

Johnson Frank Girard 

King- Eldridg-e G Tekonsha 

Lupoid Delbert C Bronson 

Luce Fred G., Corporal Bronson 

Mowry Vera Sherwood 

Middleton Rubsell Tekonsha 



Monacke Tony P. Coldwater 

McAfee E. N Coldwater 

Nichols Robt. L Coldwater 

Parker Rodney, Corporal- -Coldwater 

Rice Geo Q Quincy 

Sullivan Frank Coldwater 

Sherman Harry L Quincy 

Sloman Arthur Coldwater 

Thomas Harold L Coldwater 

Watkins Harry T Quincy 

Watson Henry Sherwood 



Captains of Company "A" From 
1871 to 1918 

Harlow E. Macarey (temporary) 

George H. Turner, 1871 

Clarence L. Hunter, 1873 

Chas N. Leg-g, 1877 

Frank D. Newberry, 1880 

Norman A. Reynolds, 1886 

William Mix, 1889 

Wm Ehrle, 1889 

Chas S. Stuart, 1890 

Jas B. Smullen, 1894 

L. D. Hickey, 1895 

Frank D. Newberry (2d term) 1895 

Edward D. Leg-g-, 1899 

Fred E. Ferguson, 1904 

Edward D. Leg-g (2d term) 1905 

Albert J. Fiske, 1907 

Mark S. Andrews, 1908 

Richard G. Bishop, 1910 

Roscoe L. Graves, 1917 



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HISTORICAL 




Interior View of "McOmber's Eats" — Gar McOmber, Proprietor 

" YOU'LL LIKE OUR SERVICE" 



Notable Events in the History 
of Coldwater 

1821— Indians sold this region to 
whites. 

1822 — First trading- post established. 

1829 — County was laid out. 

1830— First house built by Hugh 
Campbell. 

1831 — Village platted; county seat at 
Branch. 

1837 — Village incorporated. 

1839 — First schoolbouse erected. 

1840 — Last of the Pottowattomies re- 
moved. 

1842 — Coldwater became county seat. 

1848 — First court-house erected. 

1849 — Telegraph line reached Cold- 
water. 

1850 — First railroad train arrived. 
1852— First county fair. 

1854 — Oak Grove Cemetery was es- 
tablished. 

1861 — City incorporated. 

1 864 — ( /Ol d New Years ; 32 below zero. 

L868 First Memorial Day observ- 
ance. 

1871 —Mansfield railroad started. 
1874 — State Public School opened. 
1876 — Baw Beese disaster. 

1881 Armory Hall and other incen- 
diary fires. 

1882 Telephone introduced. 

1886 E. \i. Clarke Library building 
dedicated. 



1887 — County first adopted local op- 
tion. 

1888 — New court-house completed. 
Electric street lights introduced. 

1890 — Central schoolbuilding burned. 
Water-works system built. 
1892 — Free mail delivery introduced. 
1895 — Slight earthquake. 

1897 — Last county fair. 

1898 — First street paving. 

1900 — City adopted standard time. 
Rural mail delivery began. 

1905 — New city charter became law. 
Sanitary sewers established. 

1909— 10 — Eighty-two days continuous 
sleighing. 

1910 — Present postoffice building 
opened. 

1911 — First Chautauqua. 

1913 — Pvemarkably hot, dry summer. 

1915 — Remarkably cool, wet summer. 

1916 — Hottest July on record. 

1917— New $45,000 Armory erected. 



Coldwater's Nonogenarians 

Wm. R. Card, 191 Henry 92 

Cbas. T. Cornwell, 102 Marshall,.. 97 

Mrs. Olive Hayes, 115 Perkins 92 

Mrs. Mary A. Norton, 121 S. Jeff.. 90 

Mrs. Sarah Rose, 61 W. Pearl 94 



CITY DIRECTORY 



33 



FACTS ABOUT COLDWATER 

No saloons. 

Numerous mills and factories. 
Handsomest city in Michigan. 
Only $36,000 city indebtedness. 
Altitude, 982 feet above sea level. 
One daily paper and two weeklies. 
Over 40 miles of cement sidewalks. 
Population, about 6,000; colored, 19. 

Beautiful business section, solidly 
built. 

Coldwater River skirts the city on 
the west. 

Located on the great New York Cen- 
tral Past Mail line. 

Free public library building, con- 
taining 19,000 volumes. 

Broad, level streets, shaded by 
maple, elm and oak trees. 

Complete sewerage system, also 
system of storm-water sewers. 

New postoffice building, erected by 
the Government; cost, $52,500. 

Home of the great State Public 
School, Michigan's best charity. 

Extensive system of water-works and 
electric light, municipally owned. 

Splendid fire department. Total gross 
fire loss in 21 years, only $106,734. 

More miles of gas mains than any 
other city of similar size in the world. 

Many beautiful lakes, with fine fish- 
ing and boating, within short distances. 

Cement, brick and asphalt paving in 
business section and portion of resi- 
dence section. 

A prosperous, thrifty city, sur- 
rounded by the finest agricultural 
country. Bank deposits, over two 
million dollars. 

Five large, modern schoolhouses, 
eleven churches, spacious and hand- 
somely appointed Masonic Temple, a 
fine $40,000 courthouse, $25,000 Elks' 
Temple, $35,000 opera-house, and a 
$45,000 armory. 



POPULATION 

Following are the census reports for 
Coldwater for the years given: 

1864 3,977 

1870 4,381 

1874 4,330 

1880 4,681 

1884 5,099 

1890 5,247 

1894 5,269 

1900 6,216 

1904 6,225 

1910 ...5,945 

BY WARDS 

1890 1900 1904 1910 

1st Ward 1383 1692 1617 1563 

2d Ward 1459 1722 1826 1874 

3d Ward 1283 1514 1550 1396 

4th Ward 1122 1288 1232 1112 



. . . 6,069 
...6,110 
...6,134 
...6,147 
...6,082 
. .5,990 



Names in the 1914 Directory 
" 1915 
" 1916 
" 1917 
" 1918 ' " 
" 1919 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Births in 1918 99 

Deaths in 1918 154 

Names dropped from 1918 Directory 898 

New names for 1919 Directory 806 

Number of houses changing occu- 
pants during 1918 508 



BRANCH COUNTY 

1837 4,016 

1840 5,715 

1850 12,472 

1854 15,724 

1860 20,981 

1870 26,226 

1880 27,941 

1890 26,791 

1900 27,811 

1904 26,397 

1910 25,605 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL 



APPOINTED 

Zelotes Truesdell March 13, 1874 

Lyman P. Alden. June 21, 1875 

John N. Foster May 9, 1883 

Wesley Sears June 20, 1887 

Chauncy F. Newkirk Sept. 1, 1889 



APPOINTED 

W. H. Wieand Oct. 7, 1891 

A. N. Woodruff July 9, 1893 

A. J. Murray Sept. 1, 1895 

John B. Montgomery, . . .Dec. 15, 1897 



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HISTORICAL 



Population of Principal Cities and Villages 
of Michigan 



CITIES 





Census of 1910 


1900 




10,673 


9,654 




5,833 


4,519 




3,419 


2,667 




2,757 


2,047 




12,706 


11,802 




14,817 


14,509 




648 


1.110 




1,559 


1,241 




25,267 


18,563 




45,106 


27,628 




4,119 


3,282 


Benton Harbor. 


9,185 


6,562 


Bessemer 


. 4,583 


3,911 


Big Rapids 


4,519 


4,686 


Boyne City 


5,218 


2,453 






5,997 




2,420 


2,079 


Charlotte 


4,886 


4,092 




6,859 


6,489 


Clare. . . . ; 


1,350 


1,326 




5,945 


6,216 




....... 909 


1,014 


Corunna 


1,384 


1,510 


Croswell 


1,380 


606 


Crystal Falls 


3,775 


3,231 


Detroit 


465 766 


285,704 






4. 1 ^1 






1,736 




2,094 


2,103 


Escanaba.. 


13,194 


9,549 


Flint 


38,550 


13,103 




4,211 


3,380 




5,856 


4,743 




2,893 


2,161 




112,571 


87,565 




4,045 


3,381 


Hancock 


8,981 


4,050 


Hastings 


4,383 


3,172 


Hillsdale 


5,001 


4,151 




10,490 


7,790 




2,178 


2,403 




5,030 


5,209 


Iron Mountain 


'. 9,216 


9,242 




12,821 


9,705 



Census 


of 1910 


1900 




12,448 


13,255 




31,433 


25,180 


Kalamazoo 


39,437 


24,404 




31,229 


16,485 




3,946 


3,297 


Ludington _ 


9,132 


7,166 




714 


Wi 




12,381 


14,260 


Manistique : 


4,722 


4,126 




3,770 


3,829 


Marquette 


11,503 


10,058 




4,236 


4,370 


Mason 


1,742 


1,828 




10,507 


12,818 


Midland 


2,527 


2,363 




6,893 


5,043 




7,707 


6,576 




3,972 


3,662 




24,062 


20,818 




8,460 


6,935 




5,156 


4,287 




4,790 


4,170 




2,702 


1,204 


Owosso 


9,639 


8,696 




4,778 


5,285 




14,532 


9,769 




18,863 


19,158 




50,510 


42,345 


Sault Ste. Marie 


12,615 


10,538 


South Haven 


3,577 


4,209 




1,012 


1,234 


St. Clair 


2,633 


2,543 




2,118 


2,271 




3,154 


3,388 




5,936 


5,155 




1,940 


1,989 




3,635 


2,465 




1,061 


1,228 


Three Rivers 


5,072 


3,550 


Traverse City 


12,115 


9,407 


West Branch 


1,276 


1,412 




8,287 


5,183 


Yale 


1,223 


1,125 




6,230 


7,378 




1,982 


1,32G 



HISTORICAL 



35 



VILLAGES 





Census of 1910 


1 900 






470 




1,204 


1,216 


\ 1 1 rn-> 










COD 
DOO 




1 1 fCC 


1 A91 
1, 0Z1 




i a^a 






i <?A7 


1 1 7 A 




1/17/1 


1 9AQ 
I, ZOO 




37A 


3A^ 




i o9a 


1 07A 




1 831 


1 70S 


Burlington 


• 937 

, Zoi 


334 
004- 






744 

(4:4; 




3fi7 






392 


376 




9 979 


9 ooa 


C 1 a <s c C*\t\T 


1 1 9« 


1 113 

1, 1 lO 


I'd ccm^Al l c; 


1 3^8 


1 330 
1, OOU 


Pant r»o (n 1 1 1 o 


HI 3 


04^ 

04:0 


I 1 ri o'l coo 


1 704 


1 ^3^ 

J , ooo 


f ^ V w i q ki l n rr 


1 303 


1 944 


1 1 1 Q \!t An 


379 


370 

O i V 


1 1 lint /~\n 


1 01 1 


1 038 




8^3 


Q99 


f 1 nnct.Qntino 


1 94-4- 


1 990 


Tlof* Q tn r» 


1 98fi 


1 3^fi 
J., oou 


T^Qn > . j w \ 1 


443 


440 




1 070 


1 IIS 

X, HO 


T~ln i>Qnrl 


9 315 


9 194 


TTa. «t. Trivrlan 


2 516 


1 905 

X, iiUO 


H i* t o 


1 0fi3 


741 


T^l b' T-?QT~iirlc 


1 073 


1 733 




1 477 


1 03Q 
i, uoy 


K vart 


1 '586 


1,360 


TT 1 ^ ntAn 


9 331 


9 408 


H v*dm Ant 


9 00Q 


1 331 

1 , OO L 


f^n v 1 nrrl 


1 538 


1,561 


a rn vlino 1 


1 775 


1 282 


I f • i mt ' ) »>a lr 


3 559 


1 559 


T-Tnr'hr»r» Rp>iiph 


1 556 


1,149 


[ I q v* Vi c\ » Qnt'ino'fi 
OdlUUI cpilUg9> 


1 805 


1 043 


Hart 


1 555 


1 134 


FT a rt.f ore? 


1 268 


1,077 


TTi rrn lonrl T^tjvl^* 
I ! 1 g 11 1 clliU. X ell t\ . . 


4 190 


497 


U n |] v 


1 537 


1 41Q 




1 008 


1 0Q7 


1 r / \ 1 1 cr\\ f /-v vi 


5 113 


3 3^Q 
o, ooy 


TTr^wn r>rl Oitv 


1 046 


1 3Q8 
X, ovo 


Howell 


2 338 


2,518 




1,174 


1,122 




. . 2,450 


1,482 




. 1,876 


2,020 




1,396 


1,367 






1,304 




. 2,325 


2,597 




1,222 


1,037 



Census 


of 1910 


1900 


Lauriurn 


8,537 


5,643 


Lawton 


1,042 


942 


Leslie 


1,032 


1,114 


Litchfield # 


660 


645 




1,761 


1,736 




1,200 


1,226 


Manchester 


1,047 


1,209 


Manton. . 


1,069 


895 




1,047 


1,025 


Mendon 


768 


777 


Milan 


1,355 


1,141 




362 


300 


Morenci 


1,515 


1,334 




2,952 


2,014 




1,346 


1,164 


Newaygo 


1,207 


1,117 




1,182 


1,012 




440 


422 


Northville 


1,665 


1,755 




398 


200 




1,964 


1,267 




315 






2,812 


' 2,073 


Ovid 


1,078 


1,293 




1,191 


1,172 




1,643 


1,465 


Pellston 


1,089 


3,600 




1,128 


1,016 


Pittsford 


-420 






1,493 


1,318 




1.671 


1,474 


Portland 


1,832 


1,864 




„ 1,347 


1,563 


Reading- 


1,101 


1,096 




4,211 


4,608- 


Reed City 


1,690 


2,051 




1,277 


1,138 




4,163 


1,748 




1,516 


1,535 


Romeo 


1,787 


1,480 


RovalOak 


1,071 


468 




1,347 


1,234 




346 


366 




1,213 


1,226 


St. Charles 


1,451 


1,315 


St. Clair Heights 


1,252 


545 


Tecumseh 


2,332 


2,400 


Tekonsha 


573 


573 


Three Oaks 


1,175 


994 




1,224 


1,167 


Union Citv 


1,340 


1,514 




1,659 


1,832 




1,624 . 


972 




435 


500 


Wayne 


1,263 


1,361 


Whitehall . . . . ; 


1,437 


1,481 


White Pigeon 


667 


705 



36 



CITY DIRECTORY 



PARCEL F=>OQT 



Local 


1st & 2d 

Up to 

150 
Miles 


$0.05 


$0.05 


.06 


.06 


.06 


.07 


.07 


.08 


.07 


.09 


.08 


.10 


.08 


.11 


.09 


.12 


.09 


.13 


.10 


.14 


.10 


.15 


.11 


.16 


.11 


.17 


.12 


.18 


.12 


.19 


.13 


.20 


.13 


.21 


.14 


.22 


.14 


.23 


.15 


.24 


.15 


.25 


.16 


.26 


.16 


.27 


.17 


.28 


.17 


.29 


.18 


.30 


.18 


.31 


.19 


.32 


.19 


.33 


.20 


.34 


.20 


.35 


.21 


.36 


.21 


.37 


.22 


.38 


.22 


.39 


.23 


.40 


.23 


.41 


.24 


.42 


.24 


.43 


.25 


.44 


.25 


.45 


.26 


.46 


.26 


.47 


.27 


.48 


.27- 


.49 


.28 


.50 


.28 


.51 


.29 


.52 


.29 


.53 


.30 


.54 



3rd 

150 to 
300 
Miles 


4th 

300 to 

600 
Miles 


5>th 

600 to 
1000 
Miles 


6th 

1000 to 

1400 
Miles 


7th 

1400 to 
1800 
Miles 


8th 

Over 
1800 
Miles 


$0.06 


$0.07 


$0.08 


$0.09 


$0.11 


$0.12 


.08 


.11 


.14 


.17 


.21 


.24 


.10 


.15 


.20 


.25 


.31 


.36 


.12 


.19 


.26 


.33 


.41 


.48 


.14 


23 


.32 


.41 


.51 


.60 


.16 


.27 


.38 


.49 


.61 


.72 


.18 


.31 


.44 


.57 


.71 


.84 


.20 


35 


.50 


.65 


.81 


.96 


.22 


.39 


.56 


.73 


.91 


1.08 


.24 


.43 


.62 


.81 


1.01 


1.20 


.26 


.47 


.68 


.89 


1.11 


1.32 


.28 


.51 


.74 


.97 


1.21 


1.44 


.30 


.55 


.80 


1.05 


1.31 


1.56 


.32 


.59 


.86 


1.13 


1.41 


1.68 


.34 


.63 


.92 


1.21 


1.51 


1.80 


.36 


.67 


.98 


1.29 


1.61 


1.92 


.38 


.71 


1.04 


1.37 


1.71 


2.04 


.40 


.75 


1.10 


1.45 


1.81 


2.16 


.42 


.79 


1.16 


1.53 


1.91 


2.28 


.44 


.83 


1.22 


1.61 


2.01 


2.40 



NOTES 

Parcels weighing- four ounces or less are 
mailable at the rate of one cent for each 
ounce or fraction of an ounce, regardless of 
distance. 

Parcels weighing more than four ounces 
are mailable at the pound rates shown in the 
adjoining table, a fraction of a poufad being 
considered a full pound. 

The local rate applies to all parcels ad- 
dressed to points (including between different 
rural routes) served direct from the same 
£ostoffice. 

The limit of weight is 50 pounds for local, 
first and second zones; 20 pounds for all other 
zones. 

The limit of size is 72 inches for length and 
girth combined. 

Parcels must bear the name and address 
of the sender. 

A parcel post map, showing the different 
zones, may be had by sending 20 cents to 
the Third Assistant Postmaster General, 
Washington, D. C. 



RATES OF POSTAGE: Written matter, letters, etc., 3c per oz. Mer- 
chandise, parcel post graded rates. Printed matter, circulars, etc., ic per oz. 
Newspapers, magazines, ic per oz. Registration fee, 10 cents. 

MONEY ORDER FEES : lc to $2.50, 3c; $2.51 to $5, 5c; $5.01 to $10, 8c; 
$10.01 to $20, 10c: $20.01 to $30, 12c; $30.01 to $40, 15c; $40.01 to $50, 18c: $50.01 
to $60, 20c; $60.01 to $75, 25c; $75.01 to $100, 30c. 




37 



3S 



HISTORICAL 



COLDWATER'S MAYORS, PRESIDENTS AND CLERKS-1837-1918. 



1837- 
1838- 
1839- 
1842- 
1843- 
1844- 
1846- 
1847- 
1848- 
1849- 
1850- 
1851- 
1852- 
1853- 
1854- 
1855- 
1856- 
1857- 
1858- 
1859- 
1860- 

1861- 
1862- 
1863- 
1864- 
1865- 
1866- 
1867- 
1868- 



Presidents 

-Hiram Alden 
-L. D. Crippen 
-Silas A. Holbrook 
-David Williams 
-Wm. Pier son 
-Henry Lockwood 
-A. L. Porter 
-Harvey Warner 

-Jared Pond 

-Harvey Warner 
-Albert Chandler 
-Hiram Shoudler 
-Alvin H. Burdick 
-Hiram Baker 
-Roland Root 
-A. S. Glessner 
-Alonzo F. Bidwell 
-Charles Upson 
-Stephen Cutter 
Mayors 

-Albert Chandler 



David B. Dennis 
Justin Lawer 



Clerks 

E. T. Paxton 
E. A. Warner 

George A. Coe 
v 

Corydon P. Benton 



Henry C Gilbert 
L. T. N. Wilson 
E. G. Fuller 
James W. Gilbert 
Geo. A. Kellogg 
Elihu B. Pond 
Justin Lawyer 
Franklin T. Eddy 

Wallace W. Barrett 

P. P. Nichols 
Clerks 

Robert F. Mockridge 

Hiram D Upham 
John Murphey 



John H. Beach Wm. G. Moore 

D. C. Powers D. J. Easton 

» John Murphey 
Phineas P. Nichols » 

Justin Lawyer Wm. H. H. Halsted 
David B. Dennis » 

Albert Chandler Wm. R. Foster 
Henry C. Lewis » 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 

1874— John R. Champion Chas. L. Truesdell 

1875— » „ 



Mayors 

1876— Stephen S. Cutter 

1877— Chas. Upson 

1878— A. J. Foster 

1879— D. C. Powers 

1880— John R. Champion 

1881— Barton S. Tibbits 

1882— L. M. Wing 

1883— Geo. Starr 

1884— ,, 

1885— Alfred Milnes 

1886— „ 

1887— B. H. Calkins 
1888- 

1889— C D. Randall 

1890— Edwin R. Clarke 
1891— 

1892— B. H. Calkins 

1893 — Simon B. Kitchel 

1894— N. A. Reynolds 

1895— T. A. Hilton » 

1896— 97— A. A. Sherman „ 

1898— Clayton C. Johnson Patrick H. Sweeney 

1899— „ „ 

1900— „ „ 

1901— Elmer E. Palmer „ 

1902— Milo D. Campbell „ 

1903— „ Wm. G. Moore 

1904— „ Wm. H. King 

1905— Chas. N. Legg 

1906— 7— Gerald E. Kleindinst „ 
1908 -Edward A. Moore » 
1909-10— Albert A. Sherman ,, 
1911-12— Chas. A. Conover » 

1913— Elmer E. Palmer Wm. T. Stansell 

1914- 15-Gerald E. Kleindinst ,, 

1916— Frank G. Sharp „ 

1917— Wm. H. Friedrich „ 
1918 -Frauk G. Sharp » 



Clerks 

L. P. Palmer 

Albert A. Wood 
Wm. G. Moore 

L. P. Palmer 
Geo. B. Tompkins 

Judson P. Etheridge 

Allen Cope 
Chas. F Ruggles 
Calvin H. Macumber 
Elmer J. Allen 

Harry R." Saunders 
Chas. J. Harris 
James R. Dickey 
H. A. Close 



COLDWATER'S POSTMASTERS 

APPOINTED 

Abraham F. Bolton Aug. 17, 1830 

Harvey Warner Aug. 28, 1832 

Peter Martin May 2, 1835 

Silas A. Holbrook May 1. 1837 

Harvey Warner Sept. 22, 1838 

T heron Foster Jan. 14, 1846 

Myron A. Daugherty June 9, 1849 

Lorenzo D. Brown July 26, 1852 

Corydon P. Benton Apr. 28, 1853 

Albert L. Porter Sept. 29, 1857 

David B. Purinton Apr. 17, 1861 

Hamlet B. Adams Aug. 14. 1866 

John Chandler May 15, 1869 

Julius S. Barber Dec. 19, 1873 

Edward R. Root Jan. 30, 1882 

David B. Dennis Feb. 19, 1886 

Albert A. Dorrance Feb. 14, 1890 

JohnG. Parkhurst Feb. 21, 1894 

Alfred Milnes Jan. 10, 1898 

Benjamin B. Gorman Jan. 21, 1902 

LeKoy R Palmer Jan. 31, 1914 



RATES OF POSTAGE 



Written matter, let- 


% 0.01 


to 


$ 2.50... 


...3c 


ters, etc., 3c per oz. 


2.51 


to 


5.00. . . 


... 5c 


Merchandise, parcel 


5.01 


to 


10.00. . . 


...8c 


post grade* i rates. 


10.01 


to 


20.00 


. . . 10c 


Printed matter, cir- 


20.01 


to 


30.00.. . 


...12c 


culars, etc., %.<■ per oz. 


30.01 


to 


40.00. . . 


. . . 15c 


Newspapers, maga- 


40.01 


to 


50.00. . . 


. . . 18c 


zines, %<■ per oz. 


50.01 


to 


60.00. . . 


. . 20c 


Registration fee, 10 


60.01 


to 


75.00. . . 


. . . 25c 


cents. 


75.01 


to 


100.00 


. . . 30c 



MONEY ORDER FEES 



Postal Savings: Any person over io years 

of age may open an account, by depositing %\ 
01 more, adding thereto as desired. 



DISTANCES AND FARES FROM C0LDWATER 

DISTANCE FARE 

Adrian 56 $1 81 

Albion 40 1 32 

Ann Arbor 83 2 61 

Batavia 5 15 

Battle Creek 65 2 11 

Boston ' 884 28 31 

Bronson 11 33 

Buffalo 385 12 26 

Burr Oak 17 56 

Chicago 155 5 03 

Cleveland 202 rt 36 

Denver 1238 38 75. 

Detroit 130 3 66 

Elkhart 53 1 76 

Flint 136 4 45 

Fort Wayne 94 2 89 

Grand Rapids : 130 3 52 

Hillsdale 23 73 

Jackson 44 1 38 

Kalamazoo 72 1 94 

Lansing 78 2 53 

Los Angeles 2420 76 77 

Montgomery 37 1 20 

New Orleans 1078 36 41 

New York City 825 24 83 

Oberlin 168 5 45 

Quincy 6 20 

Reading 32 1 02 

St. Louis 408 13 23 

St. Paul 565 17 86 

Salt Lake City 1714 X 31 

San PranciSCO 2510 76 77 

Sturgis 23 76 

Toledo 89 2 86 

Washington 820 20 41 

White Pigeon 35 1 14 

Ypsilanti 83 2 70 



t 



HISTORICAL 



39 




SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS 



Year Superintendent 



1868 
1869- 
1870- 
1871- 
1872- 
1873- 
1874- 
1875 
1876- 
1877- 
1878- 
1880 
1881- 
1882- 
1883 
1884 
1885- 
1886 
1887- 
1888 



69— Geo. E Church 

70— <, 

71— David Bemis 

72— „ 
73— 

74— » 
75— 

76— „ 

77— » 

78— „ 

80— J. S. Crornbie 

81— v 

82— F. A. Barbour 

83— » 

84— „ 
85- 

86— E. C. Williams 

87— Wm. T. Lowry 

88— » 

90— H. M- Slauson 



Principal 

Mary McMechan 



C. T. Beatty 



J. S. Crornbie 
P. A. Barbour 
L. C. Hull 
B. L. D'Ooge 



M. A. Breed 



Fred T. Wright 
Hiram A. Sober 



Year Superintendent 

1890-92— H. M. Slauson 

1892- 93— F. B. Spaulding 

1893- 94— E. L. Briggs 

1894- 95— t> 

1895- 96— » 

1896- 97- 

1897- 98— » 

1898- 99— H. E 

1899- 00— 

1900- 01— 

1901- 02— 

1902- 03— 

1903- 05— M. V. 
1905-07— Robt. 
1907-11— E. M. 
1911 12— Chas. 
1912-14— 
1914-17— T. E 

1917- 18— 

1918- 19 — 



Principal 

E. P. Bradley 



. Johnson 



Staley 
I. White 
McElroy 
A. R. Stone 

. Johnson 



M. V. Staley 

Chas. M. Perry 
Jos. V. Voorheis 
Percy Howe 

Glen A. Bechtel 

n 

Guy Fox 

O. M. Swank 



40 



CITY DIRECTORY 




HILTON'S 



THE HOUSE OF II 
THE HOUSE OF MEN'S SHOES 



1 THE HOUSE OF WOMEN'S • CHILDREN'S SHOES 



| THE HOUSE OF SLIPPEHS j 



I THE HOUSE OF CLOTHING m 

| THE HOUSE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS 

| THE HOUSE THAT FILLS THE BILL 
1 FOR GOOD WEARABLES IS i 

HILTON'S 




Page 41 MAYORS OF COLD WATER, 1861-1910 



42 



CITY DIRECTORY 



J. B. Branch & Co. 

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN'S 
GREATEST STORE 



THREE FLOORS. BASEMENT. AND ANNEX 



Dry Goods, 
Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum, 

Millinery, Dress Making, 
Ready-to- Wear, 5 and 10c. Basement 



They are stores within a store. 
Complete in every detail, with 
a great organization back of 
the whole, 3 It's worth your 
while to keep in touch with this 
important place. 

J. B. BRANCH & CO. 

EVERYBODY'S STORE 
SAr and 36 Chicago Street, Coldwater 



DIRECTORY 



The meaning of most of the abbreviations used in this Directory are too 
apparent to need explanation, but we note the following - : 



Advertisement adv 

Agent agt 

Auto repairer au 

Box Factory employe Bx 

Branch Dressmaking- employe D 

Brass Works employe Br 

Calkins & Son employe C 

Cement Co employe Ce 

Chicago St Chi 

Commercial traveler c t 

Condensory employe Con 

Coombs Milling Co employe M 

Domestic dom 

Employe emp 

Factory fac 

Hellenberg Factory employe H 

Hoosier Shoe Co employe Ho 

Laborer lab 

Jefferson St Jeff 



A 

Aalbregtse Bros, proprs of Model 
Bakery, 71 W Chicago 

Aalbregtse Abraham P,71 W Chi, baker 
Mrs Cathrene C, 

" John J, au 

Joseph J, " s 

Mary K, s 

Cornelia M, " s 

Peter A, u 

John, " baker 

Abbott Elba G, 136 N Clay, clerk 

" Mrs Genevieve, " 

Eva M, clerk 
Harry H, 133 E Wash, R 
Mrs Bessie E, " 

Harriet E, s 

" Mrs Augusta L, 110 Morse, w 
Claude L, 
Mrs Emma M, " 

Samuel Y, 38 N Polk, fac 

" Mrs Laura A, " 

Helen B, " s 



Libby, McNeill & Libby employe. . .Ly 



Montgomery St Montg 

Operator op 

Pratt Mfg Co employe P 

Princess Mfg Co employe Pr 

Railway employe Ry 

Regal Engine Co employe R 

Residence res 

Retired r 

Schmedlen Factory employe Sc 

State Public School S P S 

Student s 

Titus Foundry employe Ti 

Under school age u 

Walker's Laundry employe L 

Washington St Wash 

Waterman Ave Wat 

Widow w 



Abel Alford, 108 N Jeff, meat cutter 
Mrs Fannie B, " 
" Francis V, s 
" Beatrice E, " u 
Abrams Frank E, 85 Hull, pharmacist 

Mrs Kate D, " 
Abramson Mrs Lucena, 199 Perkins 

" Leon Glenn, Ce 
Adair Harry B, 209 Church, machinist 
" Mrs Gertrude, Pr 
Lila M, s 
Meryl J, " s 



Adams George W, at Van Aken's 
livery; auto, piano and fur- 
niture finisher; res 134 S Clay 
Mrs Millie M, 
" Howard L, s 
William H, 78 Grand, r 
" Mrs Lucy A, " 
" NellieE, " bank clerk 

John, 228 Cutter, soldier 
" Mrs Ada, Pr 
" Ira R, 118 Peckham, r 
" Mrs Sarah A, " hair weaving 



43 



44 



CITY DIRECTORY 



Adams Arthur J, 86 E Montg, barber 
Mrs Anna J, " Pr 
Edna M, 

Aebersold Geo A, barber (Taschner& 

Aebersold) res 66 N Monroe 
Aldrich Mrs Clara S, 11 Grand, w 
Mrs Will I, " w 

" Napier S, s 
Clyde, 15 W Pearl, au 
" Eva, 112 SHudson, dressmaker 
Alfred Mrs Lucy A, 445 W Chicago, w 
" John A, soldier 
Alger Harry P, railway postal clerk, 
residence 34 Marshall 
" Mrs Arabella H, " 
Ahlgren Mildred, 17 N Polk, teacher 
Allen D C& Co, hardware, furnaces, 
stoves, metal work, etc, 9 W 
Chicago; D C Allen, D S 
Greenamyer; see adv 
Allen David C, 263 W Pearl, merchant 
Mrs A Liona, 
D Howard, 
" Mrs Katherine E, " 
" Cora L, 199 W Pearl, teacher 
Robert W, s 
Chas W, 56 W Alden, lab 
Mrs Ella D, 
" Rev James, 35 Hatch, r 
" Mrs Mary J, " 
. " Dalton, 91 Pierson, lab 
" Mrs Etta, 
" Leone, 

" Pauline, s 
" Kenneth, s 

Clifton, " s 

" Marguerite, " u 

Dorothy M, " u 

Frank C, 183 N Fremont, 
" Mrs Sadie A, " [carpenter 

Mrs Neta M, 22 Liberty, Pr 
" Lawrence G, s 

Mary E, " u 

" Edward C, mgr shoe dept T A 
" Hilton; res 89 E Pierce 

Mrs Nellie A, " 

Edward R. " s 
" Fred, 93 E Pierce, au 
Allgood Mrs Christine, 52 S Jeff, w 
Almas John A, 23 Grand, auctioneer 

" Mrs Amelia, " 
Alspaugh Ralph W, 15 W Pearl, au 
Alvord Andrew .1, 101 W Chicago, lab 



Amendt John C, General Manager 
Wm A Coombs Milling Co, 18 
N Monroe; res 65 E Chicago 
Mrs Emma C, 

Amaden Guy W, 92 E Wash, milk 
" Mrs Maud, [hauler 
Chas H, " soldier 

" Harriet E, " s 

American Railway Express Co, 
11 S Monroe; J D Odren, local 
manager 

Amsden Brooks R, foreman box 
factory; res 144 Division 
Mrs Josie M, " 

Andersen Emil, propr Branch Co 
Creamery, 164 S Monroe; 

residence 384 S Jefferson 
Mrs Grace G, 
" Frederick, " u 

Anderson Mrs Clara M, 90 Jackson, w 
Ervin J, " soldier 

Walter L, 35 Wright, P 

Andrews Mark S, Probate Judge, 
residence 58 Division 
" Mrs A Irene, " 

Helen, " s 

Mark, " s 

Mrs Anna T, 145 Hull, w 
Mrs Stella. 12 S Monroe, w 

Angel Nathan A, 71 Peckham, engineer 
Mrs MaraM, 

Angevine Harry C, 144 Wat, mason 
Mrs Flora B, " 
" Yetevie, s 
Max M, " s 

Angevine Roy C, general contract- 
ing and concrete silos; phone 
724-J; res 9 Waterman 
Mrs Nettie V, " 
Frank B, 89 N Clay, c t 

Neil C, " soldier 

" Louis F, " soldier 

" Louise K, " bookkeepr 

Harold D, 
Teddy,' 

" Mina Irene, s 
" Lawrence L, s 
" Katharyn J, s 
Kenneth Yale, " u 
Anton John, 304 Marshall, farmer 
" Mrs Veronica, " 
" Helen, teacher 



List of Abbreviations on Pagre 43 



CITY DIKUCTOKY 



45 



yjv JJy 4^Jv yjv *?J> «?3> *<J> VJv vj> vj> «?Jv JJv JJv j£j 

ID. C. ALLEN & CO. I 

4* * 

J HARDWARE J 

f LINOLEUM £ 

* RUGS, ETC. * 

4 



I TOUCAN HAL \ 

4* _— — * 



{100% Efficient I 

Satisfies the man and keeps the cook cheerful. That's why 

we invite you to examine the 4^* 

% Round Oak Copper- Fused ^ 

^ Boiler-Iron "CHIEF" <g> 

~C* The Range Incomparable jg 

ALSO ROUND OAK HEATERS AND FURNACES $§► 

T i^" PHONE 28 -^R *| 



46 



CITY DIRECTORY 



Arick William J, 85 N Clay, carpenter 
" Mrs Jennie B, " 

John W, " s 

Arlington Hotel, corner W Chicago 

and Hanchett; Grant Eaton 

andF HFlandermeyer proprs; 

rates, $2.50 and $3 
Armstrong- ThosT, 78Harrison, janitor 
Atwater Frank B, 61 N Fremont, 

cabinetmkr 

" Mrs Augusta, " 
Atyeo Mrs Lizzie S, 57 S Hudson, w 
Ayers Vivian, 114 Perkins, s 
Vera, " s 



B 



s 
s 
u 
lab 

cook 



Babbitt John M, 227 N Hudson 
Bacon Mrs Minnie A, 345 N Hudson 
Baggerly John A, propr city deliv- 
ery; res 39 N Polk 
Mrs Nettie M, " 
" Leon W, " city delivery 

" Marjorie E, " s 
Baggerly Chas E, County Clerk and 
Register of Deeds; 
residence 154 S Clay 
" Mrs Jennie H, 
" Herman J, 
" Charles E, 
Neil P, 
Bagley John M, 16 Cutter, 

" Mrs Susan, " 
Baile Nettie, S P S, 
Bailey Willis C, Directory publisher, 
book and job printer, 9 North 
Monroe; res 23 Hull 
Mrs Agnes R, " 
Lucy E, " s 

Henry R, s 
Ray R, 273 W Pear], printer 
Mrs Emma E, " 
Ruth L, 

Ren a E, " 
Oscar A, 260 Hull. 
Mrs Elizabeth, " 
Arthur N, 

Floyd A, 15 S Hail road, 

painter 

Mrs Ma.y, 

Bertha L, s 
Florence E, s 



teacher 

s 

painter 

s 



Bailey Mrs Emma, 15 N Hudson, 
dressmaker; cloaks, jackets, 
etc, first class work guaran- 
teed 

Charlotte, emp S P S 
" Mrs Imogene,SP8,cottagemgr 
" Frank, 14 Jay, soldier 

" Mrs lone, " 
Bair Frank L, 217 Henry, lab 

" Mrs Melvina, " 
Baker & Smith, draymen; piano 
moving a specialty ; phones: 
E D Baker, 748-M; MF Smith 
317-M 

Baker Edw D, 142 Perkins, drayman 
Mrs Christina, " 
Mrs Isabel L, 165 W Chicago 
" Delbert, 32 Sheridan, carpntr 
Mrs Lena, " 

Mrs Emily, 69 S Jefferson, w 
" Mrs Cora M, 140 S Monroe 
Baker Jay, 79 S Jefferson, blacksmith 
Mrs Eva, 
" Anna L, " u 
" Lewis, 27 Munson, s 
Arno, 274 W Pearl, M 
" Mrs Anna, " 

Mildred, " s 
Glada, " u 

Balcom A Eugene, 63 Jackson, painter 

Mrs Philena J, " 
Baldridge Mrs Olive, 101 S Clay, w 

Baldwin Dr Newton, physician, 19 
W Chi; office phone 115, res 
phone 110-J; res 59Harrison 
" Mrs Jeanette F, " 
Baldwin Dr Wm H, physician and 
surgeon, 15 W Chi: res same 
Robt F, 73 S Jeff, p o clerk 
Mrs Creede L, " 
Mrs Margaret, 208 E Chi, w 
Ball & Son, planing mill, 100-108 W 
Chicago; Elijah Ball, Geo Ball 
Ball Elijah, 25 N Clay, mfr 
Mrs Fannie L, " 
Fred L, engineer 
Frances, " bookkeeper 

Thomas H, " soldier 
Jack W, 4 Hooker, P 
Mrs Margaret, " 
Irene Ruth, s 
Mildred, u 
Wallace W, " u 



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Ball George, 194 Marshall, mfr 
Mrs Bertha, 

George, Jr, " u 

Wm T, 21 N Clay, emp Balls 

Mrs Olive E, " 
" Thomas, u 

John, 76 Marshall, emp Balls 
" Mrs Cora D, " milliner 
" Homer, " cigarmaker 

Ball Clinton Li, mason, fine mantel 

and grate work a specialty; 

res and shops 27 W Alden 
" LoRena, " bookkeeper 

Ball Bert, 33 W Alden, mason 

Mrs Harriet B, " 

Arthur E, " s 

" Jack Clinton, " u 

Frank C, 317 Marshall, farmer 

Amanda M, 
Banks Mrs Mabel, 12 S Monroe 
Barber Harry W, 53 3 Clay, D 

Mrs Eva E, 
" Mortimer K, " soldier 
" Winifred Beth, " u 



Barber Mrs Prances F, 158 Walnut, 

dressmaker 

" Mrs Theadocia J, 

210 Marshall, w 
Bard Chas H, 20 W Montgomery, r 

Mrs Rachel L, " 
Barker Mrs Nancy E, 245 Hull, w 
Myrtie M, " Ho 

Coral B, " s 

Floyd G, " s 

Mrs Ruth, 

Alvin, " u 

Barlow H H & B E, lawyers, 

30 W Chicago 
Barlow Henry H, 79 W Pearl, lawyer 

Mrs Eva W, 

Burt E, 160W Chicago, lawyer 
" Mrs Ida S, " 
" Henry H, s 
" Annie Homan, " s 
" David Dennis, " s 

Harriet T, " u 

For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



"JUST LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE " 

Yes, our Baked Goods are even better than that, according to 
many of our customers, at 

The Model Bakery 

Our Bread is the finest in the land ; Cakes to please the most 
fastidious epicure ; Pies that would make the veriest dyspeptic 
hungry — in short, everything the best that skill, care and perfect 
cleanliness can produce. 

AALBREGTSE BROS. 

Phone 40 71 West Chicago Street 

jlff^r 0ur Goods Sold 0n| y at the Model Baker y 



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Barnard & Weller, horse shoers and 
general blacksmiths, 36 East 
Chi; G P Barnard, E Weller 

Barnard Gardner P, 35 N Hudson, 

blacksmith 

Mrs L Belle, " 
M Nellie, 
" Charles M, " soldier 
Ida G, " s 

Geo F, 22 Abbott, Ho 
Mrs Bertha B, " 
Helen F, " u 

Barnes Charles F, 266 Marshall, clerk 
" Mrs Mina M, " 
Frank C, 

Urvia G, 138 W Chicago, au 
Mrs Louisa, " 
" Louis R, 105 N Jefferson, R 
Ida J, " s 

" Lloyd R, " govt s 

Marie D, " s 
" Mrs Olive, 67 N Hanchett, w 
Edna, " s 

Olive, " s 

Barnhart Rev Clinton L, 

19 Park Place, r 
Mrs Martha R, 
Barrack Harvey E, 221 N Hudson, 
" Mrs Edith M, " L^ armer 
" Ralph L, soldier 
Barrell Frank J, the land man; 

Branch Co city & farm prop- 
erty, Wisconsin lands a spec- 
ialty, phone 610-M; 

res 136 Church 
Mrs Minnie L, " 
Glenn B, navy 
Ralph, navy 
Fred R, " s 

Maurice C, s 
Helen M, s 
Barrett Michael G, Arlington, chef 

Mrs Esther, " 
Barringer Herbert, 31 Munson, P 
Barron Grace W, 92 S Clay, stenog 
Hartlow Peter, 123 Peckham, lab 
" Mrs Elva, " 
" Kuby C, u 
Bartell Irene, 93 E Alden , 

For Good Printing 
See W. C. BAILEY 



Barton Chauncey A, 99 Henry, 
Mrs Cecil M, 
Reah, 
Beryl A, 
Robert E, 
Irvin, 
Fannie L, 
L C, 

Eleanor, 116 E Chicago, 
Lottie, E Garfield Ave 
Bartsche Glenn, 108 S Monroe, 
Basom Edwin M, 247 Marshall, 
" Mrs Jennie E, " 



Ce 



Con 
c t 



Bassett Harry J, jeweler; watches, 
clocks, etc, fine repairing a 
specialty; phone No 81; 48 
West Chicago, res same 
Mrs Leila M, " 
" Bertha M, " music teacher 
Mrs Jennie M, 25 N Monroe, w 
Bater Samuel, 267 W Chicago, r 

" Mrs Lucinda, " 
Bates Mrs Jennie M, 78 S Jefferson, w 
F Albert, 151 Walnut, lab 
Mrs Mary T, " 
" Carl A, " 

Ha M, " s 

Mrs Mertie, 204 N Clay, 

dressmaker, w 
Royal M, " s 
Elmer F, 31 Munson, lab 
Mrs Frances M, " w 
C Harry, " s 

Flossie M, " s 
" Susie M, s 
Mrs Mildred M, 66 W Wash, w 
" J M, 134 Waterman, farmer 
Mrs Mary E, 
Batterson Carl J, 29 Abbott, ' au 
Mrs Nellie M, Ho 
Bauder G Byron, 23 Cutter, Ti 
Mrs Jennie, " 

Ha V, " u 

A Ray, 113 E Washington, P 
Mrs Rose C, 

Roy J, u 
Myrtle M, u 
" Mary, 60 Munson 
Bauder Everton, 63 Cutter, Ti 
Mrs Florence M, " 
Harvey E, s 



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Bauer Jacob W, 75 E Alden, barber 
Mra Zelma E, " 

" Mary B, u 

" Audrey I, u 
Bauman Geo C, 22 N Hudson, lab 

" Mrs Mary R, " phone op 
Baxter Edwin C, 194 E Pearl, clerk 
Mrs Hattie L, " 

" Salome D, s 
Bayliff Curtis H, 159 Waterman, Ce 

" Mrs Jeune, 

" Annette B, s 
Beryl W, " s 

Maybelle H, " s 
" Donovan N, u 
BaysingerC Ernest, 227 Cutter Ho 
" Arvella, s 
" Bernetta, s 
William E, " s 
Milford, " s 

Becker Ratio V, 41 W Pierce, Ry 
Mrs Ellen E, " 
R W, 128 E Pearl, moving van 
Mrs Mary V, " 
" Mildred, s 
" Milton, s 
Beckman Gladys, 368 S Jefferson 
Bedell Frank A, 345 N Hudson, Ho 
Bedford Mrs Mattie,137 Waterman, 

artificial flowers, w 
Beebe Lee, 33 N Monroe, Ti 
" Lawrence, " Ti 
Bee Hive Shoe Store, 16 W Chicago 
Beers Edward R, 49 Henry, carpenter 
" Mrs Sarah C, " 

Mrs Kate, 29 E Alden, w 
Bell Walter, 193 E Park Ave, u 
Bellamy F W & Son, vulcanizers, 
57 S Monroe, phone 36-J; 
F W and C W Bellamy 
Bellamy Frank W, 310 W Pearl, 

" Mrs Mary E, " [vulcanizer 
" Clarence W, 79 Daugherty, 
" Mrs Martha, " [ vulcanizer 
Belote Mrs Eva, 67 W Alden, w 
" Howard, " express driver 
JB, s 
Grace M, " s 
James L, 297 Hull, lab 
Mrs Helen, " 
" James L, Jr, " u 



Bender David, 20 Orchard, r 

Mrs Charlotte L, " 
Mrs Daisy, 200 W Pearl, 

phone op 

Gladys, " s 
" Charles, 204 E Washington, r 
Benedict Mrs Sarah H,43 E Pierce, w 
Rolland E, 31 N Jeff, navy 
MrsHellen T, 
" Eunice, S P S, cottage mgr 
Benham Barney, engineer S P S 
Benjamin Wm A, propr Southern 
Michigan Barber Shop; resi- 
dence 120 E Washington 
' " Mrs Kathryn M, 
John G, 

MaxW, " s 

Bennett ChasW, graduate optician; 

examinations free, all work 

warranted; 241 Division 

Mrs Ella L, 
" Mrs Sarah, 35 E Alden, w 
Bennett C W, 58 N Hanchett, r 

Ida D, 480 Grand 
" George, 70 S Monroe, lab 

Mrs Evolyn, 180 Henry, w 
Bennett Francis E, Churngold mgr, 

phone 143; res 38 Sheridan 
" Chas W, " soldier 

" Merle, " soldier 

Lloyd W, " soldier 

" Gladys M, 

" Francis Rex, s 
" Lima L, s 
" Starr G, s 
Bennett Edwin E, City Treasurer, 
res 126 S Monroe 
Mrs Margaret B, " 
Benton Lou M, S P S, stenographer 
Bernard Mrs Josie, 208 E Chicago, w 
Theodore, navy 
Bevier Vernon R, 177 Perkins, clerk 

Mrs Belle, 
Bickford Fern, 147 Grand, teacher 
Bicknell Rev I J, 38 E Wash, r 

Mrs Ida J, 
Biddle Richard S, general mason 
work, chimneys a specialty; 
phone 643- M; res 42 Smith 
Mrs Bessie E, " 
" Vera L. " phone op 

ValdaJ, " s 



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Biclelm&n Emmet A, propr So Mich 


Bingham Harry W, grocer (Kemp 


Garagfe, res 48 N Monroe 


& Bingham) 30 E Chicago; 


" Mrs Ella M, " 


res 105 E Washington 


" Horatio N, r 


" Mrs Lizzie A, 




" Mrs Ann Eliza, " 


Gladys L, 


s 


Bicielman Frank K, County Treas- 


" Marjorie E, 


s 


urer, res East Chicago road 


Helen S, 


s 


" Fred E, farmer 


Onar M, 


u 


" Mrs Ida B, " 


Binn Albert, 61 N Polk, 


r 


Bidwell Arthur, 113 Hooker, lab 


" Myrton, " 


r 


" Charles P, s 


Birch William H, 29 E Alden, 


Ti 


Ollie M, " s 


Walter S, 


soldier 


Alice N, " s 


Herbert H, 


govt s 


Pearl L, " u 


Lewis W, 


molder 


Bier Edward H, 226 E Chicago, carptr 


" Harry A, 


s 


Mrs Maggie H, 


Roy C, 157 Cutter, 


Ti 


Bingaman Wm H, 99 E Chicago 


Mrs Ruth, 




Mrs Maria C, " 


" Marguerite L, " 


s 


BinghamWH, 151 N Hudson, publisher 


Roy R, 


u 


Mrs Louise, " 


" Laura M, 


s 


R Belle, teacher 


Bisbee Servetus A, 263 Morse, r 


David B, s 


Carl E, 


soldier 




Bishop John J, W State 




Buy that Wail Paper at Woodward & Sons' 


" Margaret M, " 


s 



SOUTHERN MICHIGAN GARAGE 

COLDWATER, MICHIGAN PHONE 725 



E KEEP first class mechanics, and must and will do our 
customers satisfactory work. We will attend to your calls, 
night or day. 

We carry a full line of Accessories, Greases, Oils and Gasoline. 
FREE AIR ALWAYS ON TAP. 

Our Garage is steam-heated throughout. 

Paint shop in connection. We can paint and store your car for 
you, charge your battery, and pleased to attend your wants. Come 
and give us a trial. 

AGENCY COLUMBIA AUTOMOBILES 

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN GARAGE 

E. A. BIDELMAN, Propr Opposite Court House 




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51 



Bishop Richard J, 499 Grand, plumber 
Frank P, " farmer 

Anna L, 

" Philip J, 95 EMontg, carpenter 
Mrs Norine, " 

Ralph M, " s 
" Chas T, sec-treas Coldwater 
Co-Operative Co; 

residence 99 Taylor 
Mrs Jessie D, 
" Audry M, s 
" Robert C, u 
Bitz Jacob L, 21 Perkins, Stag- Cafe 
Mrs Alice G, 
" Anna E, " s 

40 Sheridan, clerk 



George L, 
Mrs Julia, 
Marian, 
Lorene E, 
Georgina, 
Mildred L, 



Black Hawk Mills, four miles south- 
west of city; H E Johnson, 
propr; phone 0304 



Black Bertha M, 75 E Alden, s 
Charles E, " s 
Leonard E, 23 S Monroe, M 
Thomas, 225 Marshall, farmer 
Mrs Ella, 

Blackmail Malvern, 136 E Wash, s 
Blackmar H Eugene, 147 Grand 

Mrs Carrie E, 
Blair Dr Marion E, 200 E Chicago 
Mrs Lena M, " 
" Leonard W, 77 W right, teamstr 
Mrs Edith J, 
Blake Herbert M, Pearce Cigar Store; 
residence 23 E Pearl 
Mrs Ida M, 
" Mrs Leona, 14 Clarke Ave, w 
Blind Arba D, 51 Sherman, Con 
Mrs Bitha E, 
Gladys J, 

Zelma E, " D 



Economy Dry Goods Buying 

At WOODWARD & SONS' 



r 



BLACK HAWK MILLS 

THE PLACE WHERE YOU GET THAT 

STONE-GROUND 
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 




PURITY FLOUR 
And Strictly Pure BUCKWHEAT Flour 

H. E. JOHNSON, Propr 

PHONE 0304 



J 



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Blood Chas E, first class shoe repair- 
ing- promptly done, 101 W Chi; 
residence 154 Henry 
" Mrs Alice V, " 

Claud C, " soldier 

Bloom Alfred O, 39 Pelton 

Mrs Lottie M, 
BollesMrs Martha A, 97 W Pearl, w 
Bollman Gladys L, 162 W Chicago, 

music instructor 
Bolster Dwight A, 100 S Monroe, 

" Mrs Florence D, " [janitor 
Mrs Maude B, w 
Bolton James, 151 Henry, Ly 

Mrs Nora E, 
" Alexander, 52 Conover, lab 
Mrs Isabella, 

John, 24 Conover, Ce 

Mrs Sadie, 
" Marie, s 
" Evelyn, s 
" Alexander, u 
Bonfiglio Anthony, best hand work 

in shoe repairing, 3 W Chi; 

res same 

" Edward, s 
Carl,' " s 

" Geo Robert, s 
Clorinda, " u 

Paul John, " u 

Boone Mrs Maie, 106 N Hudson, w 
Ralph W, s 
Walter D, s 

" Mrs Amelia, 87 Grand, w 
Bordine Charles, 168 Waterman, au 



FOR BEST 

SHOE REPAIRING 



CALL ON 



C. E. BLOOD 

Finest Hand Work and Satisfactory 
Prices Guaranteed 

Look for the Sign 
That is umoq apisdn 

101 West Chicago Street 



Bordner Mrs Nevia M, 161 Morse, Pr,w 
" Fern J, " s 

Vernon A, " s 

Bornstein Herman L, 155 Henry, 

cigarmaker 

" Mrs Carrie, " 
Bosserman Luther L, 216 E Chicago, 

" Mrs Mattie, " [carpenter 
Bott Dr Thos L, veterinary surgeon, 

Opera House barn, office phone 

310- W, res 310- J; 

residence 27 Peckham 
" Mrs Lucy, " 

Edmund T, " s 
Boucher S Chas, 29-31 N Hanchett, 

auto dealer; res 33 Hull 

Mrs Frances H, 
Boughton Warren E, 525 Grand, farmer 

Mrs Eva D, 

Robert S, 
Bowen Elmer B, 259 E Chicago 

Mrs Carma, 
Bowman Edward, 112 Peckham, lab 

Mrs Effie, 

Edna M, " s 

Bower Mrs Abbie E, 180 Pearl, w 
L Rolene, " s 

Mrs Martha, 120 S Hudson, w 
Bowerman Blanche, 48 E Wash, D 
Dora, " D 

Mable, " Pr 

Boyce Mrs Emma, 131 Morse, w 
Boyer Claude B, 20 Mill, P 
" Mrs Arilley, " 

Harold L, " s 
Gay lord, " s 
Myrtle I, " s 
Chrystal M, " s 
" Carl, u 
John, " r 

Ernest E, 34 Cutter, P 
Mrs Gladys M, " Pr 
Earl C, u 
" Ernest E, Jr, " u 
Clyde, 758 W Chicago, s 
Bradley Daniel, 20 Mill, soldier 
Bradway James C, 263 N Hudson, Ho 
" Mrs Nellie, " dressmaker 
Brady Frank, 26 Pelton, lineman 
" Dorothy E, " s 
" Cornelius, " 
Brainard Mahlon W, 156 E Chicago, r 
Mrs Hepsibeth, 



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Brainard S G, 337 Marshall, farmer 
Mrs Lottie, 
" Gladys B, teacher 
V Pauline, " s 

Branch J B & Co, dry goods, car- 
pets, millinery, dressmaking-, 
and a great 5 and 10c bargain 
basement; 34 and 36 Chicago 

Branch Judson B, 188 Marshall, 

merchant 

Mrs Emma, 
" George M, navy 
Branch Leroy J, mgr Branch Mfg 

Co, res 299 E Chicago 

Mrs Julia T, " 
" Margaret, s 

Judson, " s 

Branch Mfg- Co, mfrs women's and 

children's apparel, 15-19 N 

Monroe, Leroy J Branch, mgr 

Branch County Savings Bank, 

32 W Chicago; president, B S 
Spoft'ord; first vice president, 
FL Burdick: second vice pres. 
N A Reynolds; cashier, M W 
Wimer 



Branch County Creamery, 164 S 

Monroe, EmilAndersen, propr 
Brandt Mrs Ruth A, 117 E Chicago 
" Ruth, " u 

" Jack, " u 

Brantmyer Lewis E, 62 Daugherty, L 

Mrs Carrie B, 
Brass Mrs Euphemia C, dressmak- 
ing, first-class work promptly 
executed; res 56 N Monroe 
" Eleanore C, s 
Brauker Fay, S P S, choremaD 
Brewer Samuel E, manager Klingler 
Printing Co; res 86 S Clay 
Nancy P, 

Brewster Robert S, manager Coldwa- 
ter Co-Op Co; res 77 W Wash 
Mrs Ella, 

Melba E, " teacher 

Bricker Win L, 123 S Clay, r 
Briggs John A, 321 W Pearl, r 
Mrs Emma, 
" Albert, soldier 
" Horace, soldier 



There Is No Substitute 
por Butter 



Butter is the most nourishing and most necessary fat we have, 
especially essential to the growth of children. 

It is one of the cheapest foods, considering food value, and 
nothing can take its place. 

EAT "PERFECTION BRAND" CREAMERY BUTTER 

Made by BRANCH COUNTY CREAMERY 



EMIL ANDERSEN 

Proprietor 



164 South Monroe St. 

COLDWATER, MICH. 



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Brig-g-s Willard R, ticket agent NYC 
Ry, residence 28 Church 
Mrs Bessie M, 

LeRoy, " u 

Brooks Robert, 123 N Clay, r 
Brooks Loren R, 18 Elizabeth, r 
" Mrs Maretta R, " 

Hattie E, 60 E Chicago 
Brott Charles, W Garfield, farmer 
Mrs Elizabeth, " 
Hattie, " s 

Walter, 56 Elm, s 

BroughtonRay A, 139 Marshall, chemist 
" Mrs Fern D, " musicteacher 
Richard H, " u 
Brown Frank A, contractor and 
builder, phone 427-J; 

residence 56 Peckham 
Mrs Cora E, 

cashier Princess Mfg Co 
" Edward A, real estate (Byers 
& Brown) 32 W Chicago; 
residence 43 N Fremont 
Mrs Dora E, 

Abner D, 239 W Chicago lab 
" Mrs Rebecca, 

Delorma, 219 W Pearl, r 
" Mrs Clarissa E, " milliner 
" Lucile, clerk 
" Mrs Minnie Pollock, 50 N Clay 

Phillip P, " s 

" Lewis E, 154 E Wash, farmer 

Mrs Myrta B, 
" Walter L, s 
" A Ransom, s 

Henry L, 148 E Pf^arl, clerk 
" Mrs Murriel, D 

Nina L, " clerk 

" David C, s 

Luther S, 100 Walnut, r 
" Mrs Hannah, 
" Ernest M, 74 Grand, soldier 
" James, 33 N Monroe, C 

Geo C, 33 N Hanchett, soldier 
" Raymond, 199 Perkins, s 

J Birdsall, 72 E Chicago, H 
" Lane, propr 8 M Packing Co, 

69 W Chicago; res 12 S Clay 
" Mrs Verona, " 
" Vera N, " clerk 

" Mrs Mary A, 43 N Fremont, w 
" Mrs Maggie, emp Arlington, w 
" MrsCussius, 151 N Hudson, w 



Brown Wm K, mfr (Sanitary Ice 





Cream Co) 16 N Monroe; 






residence 334 W Chicago 




» 


Mrs Clara O, 






Glenn W, 
Vera E, 


s 




Mildred G, 


s 




Harold, 


s 




Doris C, 


s 


» 


Alexander, 94 N Sprague, 






mason 




Mrs Eva M, 




n 


Ruth, 


s 




Susie, 


s 




Alice L, 


s 




Lei ah I, 


s 


" 


Lewis W, 


s 


" 


Rex, 


u 




Robert E, 


u 


" 


Homer H, 78 W Montg, 


au 




Mrs Elsie O, 




»> 


Jesse A, 33 Church, 


lab 


n 


Mrs Ollie, 






Morton, 


r 




Chancy H, 72 W Chicago, 





fire driver 

Brownell Perry J, 107 Division, Br 

Buck David A, contractor and build- 
er, residence 94 S Hudson 
Mrs Callie B, 

Ecco, " s 

Peter F, 64 S Clay, R 
" Mrs Magdalene N, " 

" Floran J, s 

Bernard W, " s 

Virginia Mj s 

" Louise T, s 

" Edmond, s 

" Margaret M, u 

" Helen M, u 

" Mrs Nancy M, w 

Buck Arthur W, contractor and 
builder; phone 515-M; 

residence 97 N Polk 
" Mrs Cyntha, " 

Mrs Alice E, 144 Walnut, w 
Buell Benj F, 431 E Chicago, r 
Mrs Harriett A, 
Edith, 

Buffham Mrs Diantha S, 176 Jackson, w 
BullockMrs Permelia,172 Waterman, w 



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NEW RECRUITS ARRIVING- AT CAMP CUSTER 



Bunnell Homer E, barber shop, 74i 



W Chicago; first class 


work 


guaranteed; res 236 W Chicago 


Fred M, 


clerk 


Mrs Lettie E, 




Burandt Gust C, 21 Sheridun, 


P 


Mrs Marie H, 




G Carlton, 


s 


Burch Pitt A, 248 W Chicago, 


»u 


Mrs Etta M, 




William W, 68 Hooker, 


H 


Mrs Lola B, 33 N Monroe 


" Orville G, 71 Jackson, 


fac 


" Frank, 134 Jackson, 




Mrs Ina, 




Rolland, 


s 


Burch H Milton, 108 S Hudson, 


r 


Lena L, 




Ralph R, 


lab 


Rav, 340 E Wash, 


lab 


Mrs Elva, " 




Neva, 


u 


Mildred, " 


u 


Burd Harry C, 85 E Pearl, 


R 


Mrs Alice, " 





BurdickGeo E, suptcountyinfirmary 
" Mrs Cora M, matron, " 

Mrs Phebe, 324 E Chicago, w 
Mrs Elizabeth, 18 Church, w 
Burgess John, 358 W Chicago, r 

" Mrs Nora, 
Burk Lee, 93 E Alden, lab 

Burkhead Clell G, 62 E Chi, soldier 



L. H. OLMSTEAD W. R. BROWN 

SANITARY 
ICE CREAM CO. 

Wholesale Manufacturers of 

PURE ICE CREAM 



Fancy Brick Cream, Sherbets 
and Ices Made To Order 

Fine Assortment of Molds for all Holidays 
and Special Occasions 

WE USE ONLY PASTEURIZED 
CREAM 

Phone No. 72 



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Burkheiser & Fletcher, men's 
clothiers and furnishers, 17 
W Chicago; J M Burkheiser, 
H F and W A Fletcher 

Burkholder Joseph S, 74 N Polk, fac 
Mrs Bessie A, 

Neil S, " s 

Laura E, " s 

Burleson Mrs Olive, 141 Cutter, Ho 
" Neal, soldier 
" Clarence M, 226 Division, 

soldier 

" Mrs Loretta E, " phone op 
Burnett Dollie, 62 E Wash, milliner 
Burnham Fred P, agt Standard Oil Co, 
res 101 Taylor 
Mrs Belle F, 

Dorothy M, " s 

" Joseph F, s 
Burns Samuel N, 25 Orchard, P 

Mrs Pearl M, 
" Agatha M, 

" Marjorie, s 
" Laura G, s 

Jefferson T, 134 Grand, r 

Mrs Harriet S, 

Mrs Wealthy J, 378 W Chi 
" Wm J, Jr, 158Waterman, taxi 
" Frederick, " auto driver 

William J, 33 N Hanchett, lab 

Nedra T, 99 Cutter, s 

Mrs Mary R, 20 Hatch, w 

Edward J, 

Esther F, " s 

Alva L, " u 

" Ruth, 49 Henry, s 
" Jane, 22 Jay 
Burr Harry C, 123 N Clay, clerk 
" Mrs Mary A, " 
" Charles R, " soldier 
" Sidney A, " s 
" Harlow E, " s 
Kathryn, » s 
Burroughs Harry L, 58 S Jefferson, 

machinist 

" Mrs Dessa E, " 
" M Marguerite, " s 
Ina M, " s 

Burrows Leonidas F, 106 Henry, M 
Mra Bertha E, 

William R, " u 

" Dorothy E, u 



s 

s 
u 
w 

45 Cutter, mason 



Burt Fred A, jeweler, 11 N Monroe; 

fine watch and clock repair- 
ing; satisfaction guaranteed; 

residence 193 N Clay 

Mrs Mary E, " 
Burton Geo A, Oak Grove Cemetery, 
cemetery supt 

Etta A, 75 Church, clerk 
Busch Carl B, 262 N Hudson, Ho 

Mrs Grace D, " 
Butcher Oral W, 176 Jay, farmer 

Mrs Bertha A, " 

Ruby M, 

Opal D, 

Beryl, 

Mrs Emma, 
" Louis S, 

Mrs Flossie, 

Elliott R, " u 

" Elwood B, u 
" Louis, Jr, u 
Butters Ernest E, 590 W Chi, farmer 

Mrs May, 
" Leonard E, " s 

Edwin B, " s 

Myrtle M, " s 
" Lewis C, s 
Butterworth Eben L 
" Mrs Agnes, 

Fred L, 

Alice E, 

Philip, s 

Frances L, u 
Buzzell Ruth, S P S teacher 

Byers Lyman J, propr Fair View 

Dairy; res 131 E Chicago 

Mrs Jennie L, 

Ruth, " s 

Byers & Brown, dealers in farm real 
estate exclusively in Southern 
Michigan; office over Savings 
Bank, phone 121; L J Byers, 
E A Brown 
Byers & Fisher, proprs Fair View 
Dairy, 426 Morse; L J Byers, 
Robert Fisher; phone 288-W 
Byers Mrs Ella, 221 Division, w, Ly 
Iva, 192 N Clay, D 



17 Race, Ly 



For Good Printing 
See W. C. BAILEY 



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BURKHEISER & FLETCHER 

Coldwaters Largest Livcst Leading 
Mens Store 




/VEWYQJRK. 



Kuppenheimer Clothes 
Knox Hats 

Manhattan Shirts 
Ide Collars 

Cooper Underwear 

BURKHEISER X FLETCHER 

17 WEST CHICAGO STREET 
COLDWATER 



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CITY DIRECTORY 



Cabeen Walter C, mgr Coldwater 
Plumbing Co, 70 W Chicago; 

residence 111 E Pierce 
Mrs Sadie, 

Paul F, s 
Cady D B DeLand, 189 N Hudson, Ho 
Mary A, 

Cahill Mrs Ellen, 39 Orchard, w 
Caldwell Esther, cottage mgr S P S 
Calkins B H & Son Co, cooperage 
mfrs, 167 Race; M D Calkins 
pres and mgr, Almera H 
Calkins sec and treas 
Calkins Mrs Marie D, 80 Jackson, w 
" Almera H, " bookkeeper 

Marc D, 234 E Chicago, mfr 
" Mrs Irene R, " 

Alice M, s 
Max Elliott, " s 
Kathryn, " s 

Calkins LL & Co, groceries, fruits, 
meats, choice teas, coffees and 
canned goods; 28 S Monroe 
Calkins Leonard L, 28 S Monroe, soldier 
Calkins Frank E, supervisor second 
ward; res 193 Marshall 
Mrs Elizabeth H, 
Mrs Elsie L, 68 N Hanchett.w 
Elizabeth Irene, " s 
Camerer Emery C, 202 Grand, soldier 
Camp Curtis H, 140 Jackson, r 



fWE'LL WARRANT WHEN 

OUR WORK YOl/VE TRIED 
(THAT YOU WILL BE" 
QUITE 
iSATISFIED! 




Coldwater Plumbing Co.'s 
Little Plumber 

Phone 35 70 West Chicago St. 



Campbell & Johnson, attorneys, 

New Clarke Bldg; M D Camp- 
bell, C C Johnson 
Campbell Milo D, 53 E Chi, lawyer 

Mrs Marion S, " 

James W, 137 N Sprague,lab 

Mrs May, 
" Irving, 88 Cutter, lab 

Mrs Margaret " 

Walter Lee, " u 

Mrs Pearl P, 188 Cutter, w 

Walter H, " s 

Elwood J, s 

A J, " u 

" Ellen, u 

Floyd, 134 Cutter, lab 
" Mrs Myrtle, " 
" Verva, 

Melvin, 302 S Clay 

Mrs Mary E, 
" Leon W, 
" Harold A, 
" Rolene G, 
" Judson, s 
" Louise, s 
" Glenn, s 

Mabel, 112 Wright, s 
Canrike John W, 159 Division, builder 
" John W, Jr, " carpenter 

Mrs Edith, 

Edith L, 
" Grace L, 
Card Gibson D, 272 W Chicago, 

Mrs Anna L, 

Charles P, 128 E Wash, 

Mrs Anna L, 
" Sylvia, 

Wm R (aged 92) 191 Henry, r 
Carey Emmett A, 293 W Chicago, R 

Mrs Rose, 

Carle AbramI, feed sheds, 22-24 N Han- 
chett; res 191 Hull 
Mrs Alma D, 

Marietta, " s 

Carls Herman H, 282 S Jefferson, P 
Mrs Flora C, 

Harold M, " P 

" Dorothy M, " s 

Leo W, 75 Hooker, P 
Mrs Anna M, 

Klaine M, " u 

Carleton Mrs Eunice, 254 W Pearl, w 



farmer 

soldier 
teamster 
P 



u 
u 
H 

lab 

Pr 



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Carlisle Chas J, propr Stokes Mfg 


Carpenter Jacob I, best mason work 




Co; residence 270 W Chicago 


of all kinds, cement sidewalks, 




Rolph J, " s 


etc; residence 25 W Montg 




Maurice C, " s 


" TV /T ~ AT « 1 1 I « TV r\ >» 

Mrs JNellie M, 


Carmer Mrs Elizabeth, 26 Whitten, w 


" Max, " 


55 


Josie, " waitress 


" Dorothy, " s 




George W, 170 Wat, lab 


Otto, 228 Cutter, lab 




Mrs Mabel V, 


Mrs JLtnei, 




Glema M, " s 


"Pf^nlin^ " 11 
± CiLlllJJC/, \x 


55 


Burr H, " s 


Dorothy, u 




Theira, " u 


lviiiarea, u 


Carpenter Emery L, propr Hotel 


" Roth a " n 




Emery, 172-174 S Monroe; 


K^aii iviiH ivi dii gar et, vv otaie ot, w 




res same 


iviary 


55 


Mrs Mary, " w 


" Charlotte P, " stenog 


55 


Chas F, 100 E Pearl, r 


Anna, Ho 




Mrs Louise, 


" Margaret, s 


55 


Mrs Maud, 149 S Monroe, 


Mrs Mary J, 40 W Alden, w 




dressmaker 


v^arrigan Mrs iviauue, oz & Monroe, u 




Ralph, " s 


" Loraine, s 


5> 


Geo W, 319 N Hudson, lab 


" Julia, " s 


55 


Mrs Myrtle J, 




5) 


Louise M, u 


Economy Dry Goods Buying 


55 


Louis G, u 


At WOODWARD & SONS' 



I COLDWATER BREAD CO 

WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF BREAD 



ASK FOR IT 




Always ask for the "BUTTER FLAKE" Bread 

56-58 So. Monroe St. JOHN KLOOSTERMAN. 



a. 



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Carroll Bros, groceries and meats, 
28 E Chicago; phone 15; C O 
Carroll, D M Carroll 

Carroll Donald M, 35 E Pearl, merchant 
Mrs Ruby G, " 

Ruth G, s 
John H, " s 

Carter John A, 155 N Clay, r 
" George, 29 E Alden, engineer 
" Mrs Nora F, " 
" Frances D, s 
Cary Dor, piano moving and general 
draying, phone 523- J; 

res 253 Division 
Mrs FrMnces L, " 
Mrs Hattie E, 44 Pelton 
Ervin J, 170 E Pearl, drayman 
Mrs Maggie, " 

Ila A, " s 

Thelma L, " s 
Daniel E, 39 E Park Ave, 

drayman 

Mrs Satie, 

John M, " P 

Rolland E, P 
Rolene, s 
Mrs Hattie, emp Arlington 
Case Sherman, 49 E Park Ave, Ly 
Mrs Eva, 
Lena, 

Dorothy, s 
William, s 
Lillian, s 
Helen, s 
Glenn, u 
Mildred, u 
Myrtle, u 
Carroll I, 90 W Montgomery, 
Mrs Bessie, " [rural carrier 
Arthur L, " . u 
Herbert L, " u 

Carroll Brothers 

28 East Chicago St. Phone 15 

Groceries and treats 



Headquarters for Dressed Poultry and 
Country Produce. 

Chopped Meats a Specialty. 

Black Cross Tea 30c per \ lb. 

A No. 1 Coffee at 23c per lb. 

All Kinds of Fruit in Season 

OUR AIM IS TO GIVE BEST SERVICE 



Casebeer Lee F, 354 E Chicago, farmer 
Gennie, 

Nola, " clerk 

" Walter, " s 

" Marguerite, " s 
Casser James, 140 S Monroe, lab 
Castle Mrs Alice, 78 Harrison, 

housekeeper, w 
Catlin Luman F, S P S, choreman 
Caverly C J, 300 Grand, c t 

" Mrs Minnie, 
Cecil Thomas L, 213 Marshall, c t 

Mrs Mary A, " 
Cement Co, see WolverinePortland,etc 
Cerrow William R, rural mail carrier, 
residence 55 N Jefferson 
" Mrs Lena J, 

" T Ethelena, s 
" Doris M, u 
Chadsey Mrs Melissa, 66 Wat, D, w 
Chamberlin Chas, 14 Clark Ave, lab 
Champion Chas U, attorney, 37 W 
Chicago; res 182 E Chicago 
" Charles S, s 
" Paul U, soldier 
Champion Brass Works, mfrs of 
gas, electric and combination 
fixtures, founders of brass and 
aluminum, 260-262 Division; 
pres, C A Pollock; sec and 
treas, J L Gurts 
Chandler Frances, asst nurse S P S 
Mrs Inez, 53 N Hudson, w 
Alice A, 44 Grand 
James S, 57 W Wash, clerk 
Mrs Ina, D 
Mrs Harriet K, 71 W Pearl, w 
Mrs Arline M, 149 Division, 
bank clerk, w 
Chapin Viola, 75 E Chicago, teacher 
Chapman Chas W, mfr of Cuban 
hand made cigars — Flor De 
Chap and Lord Crasby, 9 S 
Monroe; res 25 Race 
" Mrs Carrie, 

C W, " s 

Chapman O Dyce, diamonds, jewel- 
ry, watches, rich fancy goods, 
44 W Chicago; res208W Pearl; 
see adv 
Margaret L, 
" Sidney D, " soldier 



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DIVISION STREET, LOOKING SOUTH FROM PEARL 



| |UatcUc* # ©locks J 

I . $ 

Special Attention Paid to Fine Watch Repairing Phone No. 757=M 



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Chapman & Thomas, real estate, 
insurance, rentals and loans, 
20 W Chicago; phone 387- W; 
R Chapman, G S Thomas 
Chapman Richard, 359SJeff , real estate 
Mrs Ellen, " 
" Nellie, clerk 
" Maude, nurse 
Charles, 

Thomas, 26 Preston, D 
MrsHattieL, " 
Chase Seely, 443 W Chicago, M 
" Mrs Lola, 

Helen, " u 

Duane, u 
Mrs Annette, 104 E Pearl, w 
Chatfield Glenn, 316 E Wash, Ly 
Mrs Alvira, 
" Albert L, s 
" Lionel M, u 
" Eva Irene, u 
Cheney John H, E State St, emp S P S 
" Mrs Rebecca B, " 

Earl W, " u 

Chester William H, 33 N Monroe, lab 
Mary, 92 S Clay 



Chestnut Samuel J, sec Farmers' 
Mutual and agt Citizens ' Mu- 
tual Ins Co, Farmers' Mutual 
Building; res 22 N Sprague 
Lulu B, " s 

Chivers Mrs Mary, 19 E Montg, w 
Chubb Mrs Mary A, 64 Church, w 
Church Chas S, mgr Libby, McNeill 
& Libby packing plant; resi- 
dence 146 E Chicago 
Mrs Mae E, " 
" Margaret, " s 
" Robert G, " s 
Churn gold Store, see F E Bennett 
City Delivery, see J A Baggerly 
Clair Mrs Martha, 139 S Jeff, w 
Clark Henry C, 89 Division, lawyer 
Mrs Edith S, " 
William G, 33 S Hudson, R 
MrsMattie E, " 
MrsEstella A, 278 Smith, w 
" Mrs Bell, 27 Munson, w 
Leo, " s 

" Loren V, 139 Elm, engineer 

Mrs Ilene E, 
" Mrs D O, 3 Grand, nurse 



*************************** 

-* * 

" ECONOMY IS WEALTH" ^ 

* *■ 
Why pay the present-day exorbitant prices for Butter s^r 

when you can save one-third the price and sf£ 

^ get a perfect substitute in ?f£ 

| CHU RNGOLD f 

^ It looks like Butter, tastes like Butter, and to all intents ^ 

|r and purposes IS a perfect Butter. It is used in # 

hundreds of Coldwater's best homes. & 

^ Phone your order — 143 — to the Local Manager ^ 

} F. E. BENNETT, Sheridan Street ^ 

* PURE FOOD SPECIALTY COMPANY f 



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Clark Mrs Sarah L, 173 E Park Ave 
" Harvey, " soldier 

Gale, " soldier 

Nina M, " s 

Leon D, " s 

" Melvin,95 SMonroe, cigarmkr 
Mrs Helen A, " 
Edward C, 243 W Chi, c t 
Mrs Ethie, 

William D, " s 
C Allen, " s 

John D, 440 E Chi, farmer 
Mrs Maggie H, " 
Walter, 35 Smith, Pr 

Mrs Mary E, 
Clarke ER & Co, drugs & groceries, 
26-28 W Chicago; M G, R E, 
E R, H W Clarke 
Morris G,215 E Chi, merchant 
Mrs Margaret U, " 
Sophie U, " teacher 

Charles U, " soldier 

Ralph E, 281 E Chi, merchant 
Mrs Jennie P, " 
Louise, " 
Hugh W, 275 E Chi, merchant 
Mrs Inez, 

Hugh W, Jr, " s 
Mary Louise. " u 
Edwin R, 105 E Chi, merchant 
Mrs Jessie C, " 

Elizabeth, " s 
Clarkson Mildred, teacher S P S 

Clearwater Arthur, 99 W Pearl, mason 
" Mrs Ida M, " nurse 
Clement George W, 170 S Clay, r 
Mrs W A, " milliner 
Mrs Margaret E, 97 Coombs, w 
John H,108 S Monroe, farmer 
Mrs Charlotte, " 
Cortland, 14 Peckham, r 
Mrs Rebecca, " 
Chas D, 341 W Pearl, soldier 
Mrs Johanna, " 
Harry R, " s 
Faith H, " s 

Chas D, Jr, " u 
Cleophas, Sister, 90 Harrison, teacher 
Cleveland Mrs Julia, 126 Perkins, w 
Mrs Ada, 200 W Pearl, w 
" George W, 89 Jackson, r 

Mrs Elizabeth, " 
" Arlene J, teacher 



Cleveland Samuel K, 42 W Chi, 
real estate and farm lighting 
plants; phones: office 252; 
res 641- J; res 263 E Wash 
" Mrs Maggie, " 

Lucile Hope, " u 

Cline Charles, 420 Grand, lab 

Mrs Lillie, 
Clinefelter Alfred M,lll Elm, P 
MrsAddieC, 
" Robert Owen, " soldier 
" Estelle, s 
Clizbe & Fletcher, wood and ice, 

111 N Hanchett; H S Clizbe, 
N P Fletcher; phone 46 
Clizbe H Smith, 161 E Chi, wood & ice 
" Mrs Katharine, " 
" Lucile, teacher 
" Irene, s 
Harold S, " s 

" Grace L, 65 N Jefferson 
" Ida E, nurse 
Close Herbert A, treas Hoosier Shoe 
Co, res 57 N Hudson 
Mrs Sarah, 
The Club Billiard Parlor, 66 W 
Chicago, Fred E McBride, 
proprietor 
Cluff Mrs Johanna, 195 Cutter, w 
Clunan Thomas, 167 Jackson, r 

Mrs Mary, 
Clutter John H, 151 Elm, r 
Mrs Rebecca, " 
" Lusina, 
Cobeaii Wm E, mgr sales dept Wol- 
verine Portland Cement Co, 
17 W Chi; res 102 N Hudson 
Mrs M Augusta, 
Cochrane Josiah, 188 Walnut, Ry 
Mrs Maude E, 

Mrs Mina, 97 Abbott, w 
JW, " soldier 

" Burr, soldier 
" John, navy 
Cocks Harry A, 186 W Pearl, c t 

Mrs Nina H, 
" Catherine E, s 
" Harriette A, s 
Helen I, " s 

C Allen, " s 

" Richard E, u 
Coe Mrs Rhoda M, 78 Division, w 
" Arthur S, 33 N Monroe, lab 



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Coffman Milton, 51 Daugherty, farmer 
Mrs Ada, 

Bernard, s 
Cogan Mrs Anna, 90 Race 
Coggin Chas V, 89 Jackson, r 
Cogshall Chas D, 242 Marshall, 

plumber 

" Mrs Elizabeth, 

Chas D, Jr, " s 

Coldwater Bread Co, wholesalemfrs 
of bread, 56 and 58 S Monroe 

Coldwater Bottling Works, 60 S Mon- 
roe, Philip Rosbrugh, propr 

Coldwater Candy Works, see Cot- 
sonis & Courlas 

Coldwater Cement Product Co, mfrs of 
tile, brick, blocks, etc, 587 W 
Chicago; pres, Dr N Baldwin; 
sec, H W Parker; treas, D C 
Allen 

Coldwater Co-Operative Co, 19 S Rail- 
road; handlers of live stock 
and grains; pres, V D Wright; 
manager, R S Brewster; sec- 
treas, Chas T Bishop 



Coldwater Dye & Cleaning" Works 

66 S Monroe, H MParker, propr 

Coldwater Garage Co, 29-31 N Han- 
chett; largest up to date Gar- 
age in Southern Michigan; 
Willard Storage Battery , Ser- 
vice Station supplies; C F 
Strong manager 

Coldwater Gas Light & Fuel Co, 

78 W Chicago, hard and soft 
coal & coke; pres, L M Wing: 
vice pres, J W Thompson; sec 
G C Turner; treas, W E Moss; 
mgr and supt, C A Jennings 

Coldwater Monument Co, granite 
and marble monuments and 
markers, 92 W Chicago; E H 
Gibson and A C Sutherland; 
phone 120 

Coldwater National Bank, 30 W 

Chicago; pres, L M Wing; 
vice pres, Z G Osborn ; cashier, 
H R Saunders; assistant cash- 
ier, W H Simons 



SERVICE STATION 



C WillllO 

All makes of Batteries repaired. New Batteries carried 
in stock for sale. We have Rental Batteries for use 
while yours is being repaired or recharged. 

We also maintain a Service Station for the repair of 
Electrical Automobile Equipment, Generators & Starters 

THE COLDWATER GARAGE GO. 

29-31 N. Hanchett St.— Just North of the Arlington Hotel 



[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX2 



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65 



Cold water Plumbing Co, 70 West 
Chicago; E F Gamble and W 
C Cabeen; sanitary and do- 
mestic engineering, steam and 
hot water heating; phone 35 

Coldwater Vulcanizing- Co, 34 E 

Chicago; A E Root and Ross 
Rabien 
Cole George F, 26 Cutter, 
Mrs Anna L, " 
Harold E, 288 Marshall, 
Mrs Laura O, 
Maxiene, " 
Reuben, 78 W Wash, 
Luna M, " 

Archie W, 247 W Chicago, 
Mrs Alice M, " [clerk 
N Ernest, " s 
Hurry A, 51 S Polk, lab 
Mrs Bertha, " 
Doris L, s 
John J, s 

Collard Mrs Oania L, 28 Elizabeth, w 



Ho 

Ho 

u 
r 



Coller Leonard C, propr Coller's 
Palace Music Store; Hobart 
M Cable pianos and Pathe- 
phones our specialties; 55 W 
Chicago; res 26 W Pierce 
Mrs Amelia E, 

Collin Rev Henry P, 98 E Chicago 

Mrs Elizabeth P, 
Collins Everett F,81 Marshall, p o clerk 

Mrs Matilda, 153 Hull, w 

Collins Geo W, agt Travelers life 
and accident insurance, also 
fire ins: 25 W Chicago; 

residence 64 N Hudson 
.Esther J, 

Coltson Elmer H, E State, carpenter 

Mrs L Edith, 
" Ralph G, s 
" Leonard W, " s 
" Russell H, 

Mary E, 

Jack W, u 
Ruth M, " u 



Coder's Palace Music Store 





PATHEPHONE 

PIANOS AND PHONOGRAPHS 

ALWAYS CHEAPEST AND BEST 

Old and reliable ; thirty five years in Coldwater. 
What record can beat it ? 



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Colvin Moses H, 104 Elm, Ly 
Mrs Jennie, 

Lester, " s 

Compton Mrs Florence S, 28 E Pierce, 
music teacher, w 
Clifford H, 66 N Monroe, R 
" Mrs Mae, waitress 
Conant Hosea, 47 Division, janitor 
Conger Mrs Mary A, 82 Cutter, nurse, w 
Conklin Chas P, 125 E Washington, r 
Mrs Kate A, 
" Mrs Sophronia, 48 E Wash,w 
" Fred J, 20 Park Place, farmer 

Mrs Laura A, 
" Joseph A, 121 W Chicago, r 
Mrs Lillie M, 

Dorothy H, " s 

Mrs Nellie G,160 S Hudson, w 
" Daniel F, " soldier 

Conover Engraving and Printing Co, 
93 W Chicago, S Joe Norton, 
mgr 

Conover Chas A, Grand Secretary 
Royal Arch Masons, Michigan 
and USA; Grand Recorder 
R & S M of Michigan, 95 W 
Chicago; res 18 N Fremont 
Mrs Juno, 

Mrs Sevilla, 300 E Chicago,w 
Cook Jay, maker and repairer of fine 

furniture, phone 658-W; 

res 31 Perkins 
" Mrs Mary E, " 
" David, Rose Street, lab 
" Irene, s 
" Lena, " s 

Malcolm V, 200 N Clay, 
" Mrs Hattie L, " [pharmacist 
" Florence M, " s 
" Malcolm G, " r 
" James H, 255 Division, fac 

Mrs Eva L, 
" Mabel L, " 
" Frank L , 75 Smith, cigarmkr 
" Mrs Lena E, " 

Arthur E, " soldier 
" Harold J, " s 

Mrs Colista A, 104 Walnut, w 

Cyrus C, 83 Peckham, r 

Mrs Adda, " Pr 

" Dorotha [, teacher 

Emory N, " clerk 



clerk 



lab 



lab 



Cook Henry, 93 Cutter, r 

Mrs Alice A, " 

W C, 137 Harrison, lab 

Mrs Etta, 
" • Walter F, " s 
Wm A Coombs Milling Co, 18 N 

Monroe; president, Chas G 

Amendt; vice pres, Geo A 

Amendt; sec-treas and gen'l 

mgr, J C Amendt 
Coplin L R, 36 Whitten, jeweler 

" Mrs Lena, " 
Corbett Mrs Fannie R, 

matron blind children, S P S 
Corey Wm M, 19 Williams, nursery 

Mrs Milla H, " 
Corless Starr A, 80 E Pierce, 

Mrs Anna M, " 
" Hiram J, 24 Perkins 
" Mrs Ida V, 

Elvin L, 

Mrs Ann E, 34 N Hudson, w 
" George, 24 N Hanchett 

Mrs Winnie, 19 W Montg, Ho 

Kidd, 78 Division, fac 
" Mrs Regena, 
" Marjory L, 

Thelma L, 

Lee M, 

Mrs Maud E 

Herbert B, 

Deana B, 

Judson, 
Cornelius J L, 241 E Wash, 

Mrs Viva I, " 

Edwin J, " s 
" E Genevieve, " u 
Stanley, " u 
Cornell Charles, 70 E Pierce, r 
" Mrs Docia, " 

Mrs Cora, 89 S Jefferson 
Mrs Martha L, 151 S Clay, w 
William, 101 W Chicago, lab 
Corn well Chas T (aged 97), 

102 Marshall, r 

" Charles S, 

Mrs Ella M, 
Corson Mrs Eva T, 183 Perkins, w 

Harold T, " soldier 

Lora Belle, " s 
" Joseph, 22 N Polk, machinist 

Mrs Effie M, " 
" Bernard L, " soldier 



bookkeeper 
s 
s 

304 Marshall, w 
s 



s 
au 



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18 North Monroe Street 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

FLOUR 



Rob 




Roy 



Pure Buckwheat Flour, 

Hominy, Corn Meal, Corn Flour, 
Self-Rising Buckwheat 

and Pancake Flours 
Spring and Winter Wheat Flours, 
Rye Flour, and all Feeds 



BUYERS If 




WHEAT, RYE, 
CORN, OATS 



COLDWATER, MICHIGAN 



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Corson Clyde L, 22 N Polk, soldier 
" Mrs Bertha E, " teacher 
Cory Ambrose, 409 Grand, r 
Cosper Mrs Sarah E, 85 Waterman, w 
Cotsonis & Courlas, proprs Cold- 
water Candy Works, home 
made candies and ice cream, 
cigars, etc, 33 W Chicago; 
res same; Peter J Cotsonis, 
Geo J Courlas 
Co well W Glenn, attorney, Room 1 
New Clarke Building; office 
phone 266, res phone 283- W; 
residence 179 E Chicago 
Mrs Ella M, 
" Wayne G, s 
Cowles Bernice, 237 W Chicago, nurse 
Cox Otis B, 56 E Washington, r 

Mrs Martha, " 
Craig Floyd M, groceries & meats, 
170 S Monroe, phone 553; 
res 146 S Monroe 
Mrs Mae I, " 

Carlene M, " s 
Cramton Mrs Carrie H, 87 W Pearl, w 



F. M. CRAIG 

GROCERIES, 
MEATS 
NOTIONS 



GOODS DELIVERED 
BY AUTO TO ANY 
PART OF THE CITY 



170 SOUTH MONROE ST. 



PHONE 553 



clerk 
s 

lab 

u 
u 
u 



Crandall Edward R, pianos, organs, 
sewing machines, and a com- 
plete line of musical goods and 
supplies, 27 N Monroe, 

res same 

Mrs Amy, " 

Ralph E, 
" Margaret H, " bookkeeper 

Chas C, 180 N Clay 

Mrs Jessie I, " 
" Glema, " 
" Wava, " 

Erma L, 205 Henry 

Ehrl, 100 N Fremont, 

Mrs Isabelle, " 
" Leota, " 

Lloyd, 
" Leale, 
Crane Clement A, 128 Peckham 

Mrs Etta M, 
Crapo Daniel B, 87 Pierson, carpenter 
" Mrs Susie C, " 
" Dean L, soldier 

Nina L, " s 

" Florence, 87 Pierson, Pr 

Alfred V, 241 Perkins, u 
Crawford Contarinia F, 40 W Montg, r 

Mrs Sarah, 

Mrs Carrie L, 112 E Wash 
E Frank, 29 Elizabeth, 
" Mrs Emogene C, " [junk buyer 

Grant S, 313 Marshall, 
" Mrs Ida, "[junkbuver 
Harold, " ' s 

George, 110 W Chicago, lab 
Crippen Hal D, 225 E Chicago, 

asst postmaster 

Mrs Mae, " 

Henry N, " s 
Mrs Mary E, 134 S Monroe, w 
Mrs Harriet, 185 Marshall, w 
Mrs Esther, 82 Cutter, w 
Crocker Mrs Dora A, 103 E Pearl, w 
Crouch Belle, 106 E Chi, bookkeeper 

Crow Floyd R, blacksmithing and 
woodwork, horseshoeing a 
specialty, 104 W Chicago; 
residence 138 Harrison 
Mrs Mabel, " 
Crowder Mrs Charity, 100 Wright, dom 
Culp Harry J, 57 Munson, r 

Mrs Gertrude, " 



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Culver Dr Bert W, physician and 
surgeon, 46 W Chicago ; res- 
idence 72 Division 
Mrs Louise M, " 
" Miriam Lorene, " s 
Charlotte E, " u 
Dean T, " u 

Albert A, r 
Mrs Lottie, 

Culver Mrs Ella M, 82 Hull, w 

Cummins Carl, 214 W Chicago, clerk 
Mrs Roline, 
" Marjorie L, s 
Dorothy R, " s 

Cunningham John, 59 Pierson,cigarmkr 
" Mrs Margaret, " 

Curtis Mrs Charlotte W, 191 Jay, w 

Curts John L, supt Champion Brass 
Works; res 184 E Pearl 
" Mrs Clara, 

Cutler Chas, 328 E Washington, lab 
Mrs May, 

Edna, " Ho 

" Harvey, " cow tester 

Cuyler Add A, 101 N Fremont, 

machinist, P 

" Mrs Rega, " 

" Cecil M, teacher 



By 

s 
u 
u 
w 
w 



Dailey Chas W, 184 Jackson, 
Mrs Martha M, 
Walter W, 
Elmer C, 
Helen L, 

Daley Mrs Ellen L, 160 N Hudson, 
Daly Mrs Jane, 14 Henry, dressmkr, 
Daniells Llewellyn S, 225 W Chicago, 
county agent 
" Grovener J, 40 WPark Ave,Ly 

Mrs Edith T, 
" Laurence D, s 
Darling Mrs Nellie, 76 Wright, w 
" Margie, 59 S Jefferson, s 
Dart Mrs Eva, 65 E Chicago, w 
Daugherty Walter G, 33 Elm, 

pharmacist 

Ella, 

For Good Printing * 
See W. C. BAILEY 




SOLDIERS' MONUMENT IN LIBRARY PARK 

Erected in 1906 by Butterworth Woman's 
Woman's Relief Corps. Its cost was $1,000 



Coldwater Candy 
Works 

Home Made Candies 
and Ice Cream 

PURITY GUARANTEED 

WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF 
THE CITY. Our Phone is 330-J 



A 



33 West Chicago St. PROPRIETORS 



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Davis Irvin E, agt Holland furnace, 


Davis 


j o, oli r^ierson, j_jy 


phone 530; see adv 






Mrs Clara, " 


residence 194 W Chicago 




Herschel, govt s 


Mrs Alta, 






Orus, s 


Carlton J, 


s 




Beatrice, 33 W Washington, s 


" Wm, 24 Peckham, 


Ce 


Dawson Michael, 195 S Jeff, cigarmkr 


Mrs Liddie R, " 






Mrs Sophia M, 


Wilfred J, 


Ce 




Elizabeth H, " s 


" Kate, 16 S Fremont, 


clerk 




John W, s 


" Daniel, 111 Wright, teamster 




Paul E, " s 


Mrs Carrie E, " 




Day Fred W, 92 E Montgomery, Ho 


" Oliver, 27 Sheridan, 


lab 




Mrs Susie, 


MrsGoldie E, " 






John W, s 


John Oliver, 


s 




Freda M, s 


" Mrs Ardella, 70 Church, 


w 




Mrs Cleo, 71 N Hanchett 


Edward P, 127 Peckham 


r 




Arline, s 


Mrs M Adell, 




Dayharsh Mrs Mattie, 89 Jackson, nurse 


" Bert, 63 W Montgomery, lab 


Dayton Mrs Eva, 95 Church, w 


" Mrs Augusta D, " 




Deabler Oliver J, furniture, rugs 


Ernest, 112 Wright, 


lab 




and carpets, 84-86-88 W Chi; 


Maud, 


Ho 




residence 17 Jackson 


Mable, 54 N Polk, 


s 




Mrs Lilla, 


J D, 115 N Clay, 


Ce 


Dean Henry W, 63 W Wash, merchant 


" Mrs Henrietta, " 






Mrs Minnie P, " 



When You Buy a Furnace You 
Buy for a Lifetime of Saving 
and Satisfaction if You 
Buy the Right One 



THE HOLLAND FURNACE is not like 
other makes ; it has many points superior to any 
furnace on the market. It is built upon honor 
and there are several reasons why the HOLLAND 
Furnace will give out more heat than any other 
furnace made, and at a minimum cost of fuel. 

The Holland Cone Grate and the Holland Air-Admitting FirePot 
are two important features that you should investigate 

THE HOLLAND FURNACE WILL HEAT MORE SPACE with less fuel than any stove 
and you will have your home nicely heated. It will cost you nothing for our proposition 

I. E. DAVIS, Sales Manager 




194 West Chicago St., Coldwater 



Phone 530 



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O. J. DEABLER 



FINE FURNITURE 

IN PERIOD DESIGNS 




Largest Stock of Rugs in Branch County 

WE ARE THE LEADERS 
IN UPHOLSTERING WORK 



^ THREE FURNITURE STORES IN ME* 

84, 86 and 88 West Chicago Street 
TELEPHONE NUMBER 721 



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Dean Charles S, 62 Elm, r 
Mrs Ellen, 

" Angeline H, " teacher 
DeClute Miles A, 26 Orchard, truckman 

" Mrs Viva B, 

" Irene, s 
" Laura J, u 
" Ruth M, u 
" Mrs Amelia, 

Wm H, 90 W Chicago, lab 
Delaney Henry, 22 W Alden, r 

" Mrs Mary A, 
DeLong Leonard L, 13 W Alden, s 
" Bernice L, s 

Howard K, " u 

DemerestMrs Sophia C, 32 W Montg,w 
Deming Mrs Margaret, 38 Tibbits, w 
Denbrock Hotel, 33 N Hanchett, Chas 

Denbrock propr 
Denbrock Chas J, 33 N Hanchett, r 

Fred, 68 W Pearl, lab 

Mrs Grace B, " 

Wm H, 42 Cutter, fac 

Mrs Marie, " 
" Ruth A, s 

Wm, 12 Tibbits, r 

Mrs Matilda, 
Denio William, 33 W Wash, Br 
Dennison Mrs Mary J, 105 Pierson, w 
DePaola Joseph, 53 W Chicago, clerk 
Depeu Mrs Dora, 166 N Fremont 

Marion Ida, " Ly 
Depue Jeremiah, 427 Grand, r 
Dermott John E, 158 S Monroe, r 

Mrs Mary A, " 
Derrickson Henry, 294 Marshall, agt 
" Mrs Blanche, " 

John E, lab 

Carl H, " s 

Thelma B, " s 
Detar Effie, cottage mgr, S P S 

I>etroit Princess Manufacturing 

Co, mfrs of ladies', misses' 

and children's dresses, 202 

Morse; LM VanDeventer,mgr; 

phone 50 

Deuel Mrs Julia E, 77 Church, w 
Deuser John S, 181 S Clay, Ce 
Matilda, 

" Edward, Ce 
Joseph T, " bookkeeper 
Herman P, " soldier 

" John R, Jr, 16 Race, Ly 
Mrs Bessie L, " 
Ralph R, » s 



Dewey Willie, Arlington, choreman 
Dexter Mrs Nancy J, 758 W Chicago, w 
" Arthur, s 
Dey Muriel M, 21 N Jefferson, clerk 
Dibbert LaVerne H, 119 Division, Ce 
Mrs Huldah, 
" Wilma Marie, " u 
" Herman F, " engineer 

Dick Clifton W, 144 E Chi, teacher 
" Mrs Harriet, " 

Clifton W, Jr, " u 
" Merle N, u 
" A Robert, " granite cuttr 
Dickinson Charles H, 176 Marshall 

Evelyn S, 162 Marshall 
Diener Mrs Adaline M, 43 E Pierce, w 
Dingmon Mrs Delia H, 99 Green, D, w 

Versul D, 
Disbro Ray, 230 Race 



Mrs A C, 


w 


Dixon Edith M, 134 Walnut, 


Ho 


Wm, 200 Hull 




Doerr Mrs Emma, 58 Hooker 


D 


Margaret A, " 


s 


" Louise E, 


s 


Mrs Etta, 139 Marshall, w 


Doll Benedict, 665 W Chicago, lab 


Mrs C Emma, " 




Bertha T, 


phone op 


" Raymond F, " 


navy 


Marie K, 


phone op 


" Gertrude P, " 




Charles A, 


lab 


" Leo J, 


s 


" Margaret E, " 


s 


Donahue Mrs Julia R, 35 Race, w 


Irene, 


s 



Donley Mrs Jennie C, 227 N Hudson, w 
Mrs Ann, 44 W Alden, w 
Doris Matthew, 118 Jackson, cooper 
MrsLura E, " 
" James, " C 

Dorrance Drug- Co, 27 W Chicago, 
drugs, paints and kodaks; 
A G Lyon, mgr 
Dorrance Mrs Annie J, (temporarily 
in Colorado) 200 W Pearl, w 
" Catherine, s 
" Elsie, s 
Jule, " s 

Ralph G. " s 

Thomas O, " s 

" Jane, " s 

Charlotte, " s 



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- — in r=ii =1 1 i nr=L "n 

In; TS SPECIALTIES 11 




PEARL CREAM 

Best for chaps. Composed of Boracic Acid, Benzoine, Glycerite 
of Starch, Glycerine, Mucilage of Quince Seed. Carbolic Acid, Bay 
Rum, and Perfume. Price 25c. 

LIVER GRANULES 

Made for us by Parke, Davis & Co. They keep the liver lively. 
Fifty in a package for only 25c. 

WHITE PINE COUCH SYRUP WITH TAR 

The best Cough Syrup, proven by over 16 years' increasing sales. 
Price 25c and 50c. 

BRONCHIAL LOZENGES 

They cure the tickle. Mighty good for that constant irritating 
cough. Price 15c. 

CHARCOAL AND PEPSIN TABLETS 

For bad stomachs. Relieve distress. Price 15c. 

SULPHUR AND CREAM OF TARTAR LOZENGES 

For the blood. An old-fashioned remedy in an improved form. 
Pleasant to take. Price 15c. 

TASTELESS CASTOR OIL 

Ours is the original, palatable Castor Oil, made of pure Castor Oil 
sweetened and flavored. Price 15c and 25c. 

CATHARTIC COMPOUND PILLS 

An active cathartic. Take one at bedtime. Price 25c. 
TALCUM POWDER 

The finest in the city; Violet and Corylopsis. Large can 35c. 

HEADACHE TABLETS 

Our own formula. Price 10. 

MILK OF MAGNESIA 

For sour acid stomachs. Pint bottle 50c. 
ROSE COLD CREAM 

The best that can be produced. Large jar 35c. 
STERILIZED FLAXSEED 

For internal use. Price 25c. 

LICE KILLER 

A powder for horses and cattle. Price 25c. 

TRY THESE AX OUR RISK 



DORRANCE DRUG CO. 

THE A. D. S. STORE 



Eastman Kodak Agency Coldwater, Michigan 




I I id o 



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Dorsey Ivan W, 77 E Pierce, agt 
" Mrs Berniece S, " 

Mrs Delia, 61 N Jefferson, w 
Doty J Nelson, umbrella repairer, 

103 Wright 
" Louis F, 94 Harrison, 
" Mrs Eltha E," [emp Reporter 
" Margaret, " s 
" Louise, s 
Phillis, " u 
" Maurice, " u 
Mrs Amelia, 61 N Polk 
Cordelia R, 69 Elm, barber- 
Mrs Melissa, 219 Cutter, w 
Ilah, 293 Hull, s 
Doty Will, scavenger work of all 
kinds; all work done prompt- 
ly; phone 484- J; res 227 Cutter 
Mrs Phebe E, 
" Amil, s 
" Harry R, 219 Cutter, mason 
Mrs Grace E, 
Dove Arthur J, general mason, 
stucco, and Kellastone work 
a specialty; phone 291-M; 

res 142 Waterman 
" Mrs Lulu I, " 
" Carol L, s 
Ivan E, " s 

Downer Mrs Cynthia A, 64 Morse, w 
Downes Roy R, 81 Grand 
Mrs R Ella, 
" Adeltha, * s 

Downs Rebecca J, 105 S Monroe. Pr 
Madison B, 99 N Clay, r 
" Mrs Lucy A, 
Doy Leander J, 38 N Monroe 

Mrs Rose M, 
Draper Mrs Lucy, 92 Daugherty, w 
" Harold H, govt s 

" Kenneth, s 
Draper Howard E, general carpen- 
ter and mason repair work; 
res 86 Walnut 
" Mrs Lena, 

Rose, " s 

Homer, 172 N Sprague, 

Mrs Sarah J, " [carpenter 

" Myrtle, " s 

Lloyd R, " s 
Mrs Ethel L, 64 Cutter 

" Max, " s 

Bernice, 223 S. Jefferson, s 

Donald, 92 Daugherty, s 



Driggs Nellie L, 19 Grand, teacher 
Drinkwater James, 140 W Chicago, r 

" Mrs Adelia, " 

" Susie J, 

" Delta, " shoemaker 

Max S, 123 Walnut, s 
Drobnyk Edward P, tailor, 24 W Chi; 
residence 102 Jackson 
" Charles E, govt s 

Drohan Mrs Ellen, 99 Perkins, w 
Drury Willis M, station agt N Y C Ry; 
residence 229 E Chicago 
" Mrs Christine B, " 

Fortune R, 136 E Wash, r 
Mrs M Jennie, " 
" Mrs Anna, 162Walnut, nurse, w 
" Ethel, stenog 
Marie, s 
Dryer Henry, 368 S Jefferson, farmer 
" Mrs Minnie, " carpet weaver 
Dubendorf Lee T, 24 Park St 

" Mrs Louise K, " 
Duesler Dan N, 21 E Park Ave, lab 
Dunham Frank E, 74 Grand, L 
MrsLuella, 

Mark T, 73 Grand, bookkeepr 
Mrs Plona E, 63 S Jeff, D 
Dunigan Mrs Nora, 156 S Jefferson, w 
Dunks Fred J, 351 Grand, 

real estate loans 
EWilford, 83 E Pierce, farmer 
" Mrs Charlotte J, " entertainer 
" Mary Margaret, " u 
Durham Mrs Janette W, 19 Grand, w 
Dustman John, blacksmith, horse 
shoeing and fine forgings; 
wood shop in connection: 101 
W Chicago; res 406 E Chi 
Mrs Mary A, 



Earley Charles E, 166 Walnut, C 
Mrs Gertrude, " 

" Gretchen B, " s 
" Frank L, 98 N Clay, salesman 

Mrs Elizabeth, " 

" Max C, s 

Will, 25 Race, C 

Easterday Duane L, 33 N Monroe. s 



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Eaton Grant, propr Arlington 
" Mrs Kathryne, " 
" Grant, Jr, s 
" Lucia, s 
Franklin, 192 Henry, r 
" Mrs Margaret, " 
Ebenhack Geo J, 70 Hull, Ho 
Mrs Lydia A, " 
" Omar C, soldier 
Gladys M, " Gladys 
Echtin aw Mrs Catherine, 59 Hooker, w 
" Holice, 

" Sarah, 125 N Hudson, nurse 
Eckmyre William, 98 Harrison, lab 
Eddy Franklin T, 145 Harrison, 

cigar mfr 

Mrs A Etola, " 
Edgerton Lewis H, 157 E Washing-ton 

" Mrs Emma L, " 
Edmonds Melvin T, 63 Smith, r 

Mrs Lucy A, 

Mrs Roette B, 18 N Fremont, w 
Edwina Sister, 90Harrison, housekeepr 
Eggleston Albert T, 178 N Fremont, Sc 
Fa ye H, 
" Pearl L, 

William A, 342 W Pearl, lab 
" Mrs Blanche, 
Eisen Adolph, merchant tailor, 13 
N Monroe; a full line of sam- 
ples; repairing neatly done; 
residence 176 Church 
Mrs Nellie, " forelady Pr 
Eldred Augustus, E Garfield Ave, lab 
Mrs Ada, 
" Ellis, navy 
Mildred, "■ Ly- 

Gladys, " govtemp 

" ' Ruth, " s 

Mrs Vesta, 112 E Pierce 
Alvah D, 267 Grand 
" Mrs Minnie, " 

L S, " r 

Mrs Rilla, 
Eldridge Mrs Elizabeth, 102 Wat, w 
" Frances, " teacher 

Eligh Kittie, 82 Grand, bank clerk 
Elliott Joe H, 80 Jackson, jeweler 
" Mrs Morna C, " 

Jack C, s 
Robert H, " s 
" Walter, night clerk Arlington 



Elliott James R, asst mgr Pratt Mfg 
Co; residence 301 W Chicago 
Mrs Lillian M, 
" James R, Jr, s 
" Jane O, u 
Ellston Mrs Harriet E, 100 E Pierce 
" Charles J, lab 
Mrs Ella, " Ho 

" Elma, " s 

" Fred, 70 S Monroe, Ly 
Ely Burdette, 271 N Hudson, Ho 
Mrs Edith L, " Ho 
" Leola M. " s 

Ray E, s 
" Winnie A, s 
Melvina L, u 
Ely a Samuel, 185 Jackson, lather 

" Mrs Florence E, 
Emergency Hospital, 57 W Chicago; 

Dr D H Wood, propr 
Erdle Mrs Libbie, 76 Pierson, w 
Ertley Anna M, 69 E Chicago, dom 
" Ella, 53 E Chicago, dom 
Estlow Benj F, 125 S Jefferson, Ce 
Mrs M Belle, 
" Leonard E, s 
Etheridge Dexter S, 169 E Pearl, r 

Mrs Libbie, " 
Ethel Sister, 60 Harrison, teacher 
Eureka Bait Co, 293 Hull, mfrs of 
Eureka Casting Baits; W E 
Phinney and S O Larrabee 
Evans John S, editor Sun and Star, 
residence 22 W Pearl 
Mrs Nellie F, 

Harriett E, " teacher 

Mrs Elizabeth, 51 Munson, w 
Edward F, 101 Pelton, 
" Mrs Delia C, " [oil wagon 
" Benson, s 
Everett E, 227 NHudson, navy 
Mrs S Elizabeth, 
" H Virginia, u 
" Mildred, 49 Henry, u 
Evens M L, 103 Church, c t 

Mrs Kittie D, " 
" Ralph L, s 
Mrs Frances J, 99 Church, w 
Everett Geo W, cor Sprague and Gar- 
field, painter 
" Mrs Angeline, " 

For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



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Faas Chas E, asst cashier S M Nat'l 
Bank: res 132 N Clay 
" Mrs Mary E, " 

Helen T, s 
Fair Geneva A, 85 W Washington 
Fairbanks Mrs Charlotte A, 

89 S Monroe, w 
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co of 
Branch County, opposite the 
Court House; pres, James S 
Og'den; sec, S J Chestnut 
Farr Mrs Mary A, 101 Pelton, w 
Farwell Leon L, 64 Jackson, R 
Eber W, 310 E Chi, farmer 
Mrs Laura C, " 
Helen L, " s 

Volney L, " s 
Katherine M, " u 
Fred R, 325 Marshall, r 
Mrs Daisy, " 
Faulk Mrs Elizabeth, 102 S Jeff, w 
Faurot Mrs Jessie M, 64 Harrison, w 
" E May, " dressmaker 

" Lester, clerk 
" Mrs Veeneena, " 

John R, " s 

Rolland, " u 

Linus B, 86 N Fremont, clerk 
Mrs Clara, 
" Marie, teacher 
Faust Geo A P, 221 Hull, cigarmaker 
Mrs Anna L, " Pr 
Mary G, " s 
" Lajoie R, " s 
" A Clifford, " s 
Feaster Dale, 90 S Monroe, soldier 
Feller Erwin P, 98 N Hanchett, clerk 
Mrs Fannie, " 
Guy S, 84 Peckham, book- 
" Mrs Arlene L, " ^keeper 
" Wayne A, u 
Fellers Lewis H, 93 Walnut, Ry 
" Mrs Louella A, " 

Roy L, soldier 
Felten Rev Edward H, 118 S Jefferson, 
pastor Lutheran Church 
Mrs Aline, 118 S Jefferson 
" Gertrude M, s 
" Theodore M, " s 
Victor C, " s 

Mildred, " u 



Fenner Corydon E, 137 Peckham, r 
Mrs Emma L, " 
Priscilla, 20 Park Place s 
Hazel D, 10 Walnut, s 

Fenton Mrs Nettie L, 99 E Alden, 

tailoress 

Clyde L, " s 

Ferguson Dp Benj R, dentist, Starr 
Block; teeth extracted without 
pain; all dental work warran- 
ted; res 124 E Chicago 
Mrs Ella. 

" Myron, 136 W Pearl, plumber 

" Ernest, 257 Cutter, Ho 
Mrs Hattie A, " 

" Francis E, s 
Esther B, " s 

Mae I, s 

" Robert K, u 
Fred E, 68 Peckham, mfr 
Mrs Addie J, 

Carl F, " s 

" Clara L, s 
Clarence N, 175 Hull, M 
Mrs Ruth J, 
" Marvel D, s 
Dorothy L, s 
" James A, 181 E Wash, r 
Mrs Lucia E, 
Ferns Mrs Ada A, 341 Marshall, w 
Fetterly Joseph A, 180 S Clay, r 
Mrs Lucinda M, " 
" J Earl, au 

Mrs Harriet, 
" David A, 45 Henry, r 
FeuchterMrs Barbara, 42 Conover, w 
" Caroline, " strippr 

" Karl, " soldier 

Field Mrs Mary, 138 N Hudson, w 
Filkins Claude D, coal dealer (Up- 
to Date Coal Co) 25 W Pearl; 
residence 81 Peckham 
Mrs Ella V, " 

Ben, 71 N Polk, janitor 
" Jennie L, " 
Filley Mrs Alice, 204 E Wash, w 
" Don D, 48 River, baker 

Mrs Lola, 
" Dewain W, u 
Rex G, " u 

Finney Mrs Carrie N, 45 W Montg, w 
Rose Z, " Pr 

Glenn H, " Ho 



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Up=to=Date Coal Co. 

| coal] 



We sell the very best brands of Hard and Soft Coals 
to be had in the American Market 




Your patronage is invited, and we promise you our 
best services in every particular 



Should you be in need of 

Sewer Pipe or Tile 

See us before purchasing 
Office and Yards 25 West Pearl St. Phone 166 



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Firth Henry, 26 Waterman, postman 
" Mrs Marriette, " 
" " Wm H, 247 E Wash, painter 
" Mrs Amelia, " fur work 

Fish Fred W, barber, 16 S Monroe; 

res 48 Grand 
Fish Edward H, Supt Board of 
Public Works; res 48 Grand 
Mrs Martha E, 
Fisher Geo B, carpenter and cement 
worker; res 50 Charles 
Mrs Minnie M, 
" P Geraldine, s 
" G Kenneth, s 
Fisher Robert, 426 Morse, dairyman 
Mrs Bertha, 
" Garrett, 



Otto, 

Jennie, 

John, 

Peter, 

Frances, 

Elizabeth, 

Sadie, 

Robert, 

Leo. 

Charles, 

Alice, 92 Grand, 



dairyman 
dairyman 

dairyman 
dairyman 

s 



s 

dona 



Fisk Anna M. 55 W Pearl 

" Hervey C, 45 N Hanchett, Ho 
" Mrs Jennie L, 29 Cutter, dressmakr 
" Alice E, " s 

" Arthur W, " s 
FiskeMre Clara, 73 8 Monroe, 

chiropodist, w 
" Carlotta, " t stenog 
Fiske Albert J, coal dealer (Up-to- 
Date Coal Co) 25 West Pearl; 
residence 188 West Chicago 
Mrs Nora, 
" Charles, s 
Fitch Mrs Arlene, 69 N Jefferson 
Fitzgerald Mrs Carrie, 154 S Hudson, 

nurse, w 

Claud T, " lab 

Fitzpatrick Mrs Margaret, 15 Henry, w 
Flandermeyer Francis H, piopr 

Bee Hive Shoe Store, 16 W 

Chicago; res 113 E Chicago 

Mrs Nettie L, 
" Mrs Augusta, 18 Peckham, w 

Herman E, soldier 



For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



Stetson Walk Over 

Shoes For Men 



F. H. FLANDERMEYER 



Dorothy Dodd # Red Cross 

Shoes For Ladies 



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A BUNCH OF "COMPANY A" BOYS 



Flanders Fred F, 11 Harrison, barber 
" Mrs Vera, " 
" Mona L, " s 
" Clover M, " s 
Fred E, 289 Morse, Br 

" Mrs Blanche E, " 
" Ivan L, 
Phillip R, 
Elden E, 
Ruth M, 
" Leland F, 
" Marion L, 
Fleck Mrs Christine, 77 Pierson, 
Fletcher Harris F, clothier, 17 W 

Chicago, i'ps 36 N Fremont 
Fletcher Wm A, clothier, 17 W 
Chicago; res 36 N Fremont 
" Bettie, 

William E, 
Fletcher Nelson P, 



s 

" u 

172 W Chicago, 
wood and ice 

Mrs Louise, 

David, navy 
Dorothy, stenog 
Robert T, " s 
Bartlett M, 56 Pierson, r 
Mrs Prelina M, " 
Mrs Jane M, 86 Wright, w 
Flint Willis A, high grade monu- 
ments, phone 427-M; 

residence 123 S Clay 
Mrs Nettie, 
" Fern, clerk 



Fluke Wakeman C, 148 Marshall, 
Flynn Edward, 21 Abbott, 

Mrs Mamie E, 

Margaret C, " 

Edward, Jr, 

Nora M, 

William J, 
Fogg Lucy, 173 E Chicago, 
Follet Mrs Nellie L, 6 Walnut 

Allen T, 
Folsom Roy, 84 Taylor, 
" Mrs Jessie, 

Dean, 



r 

Ho 



teacher 



soldier 
baker 
phone chief op 

s 



fac 



" A F, 
" Mrs Dora, 
Fonda Mrs Adaline L, 45 N Hanchett,w 
Forbes Mrs Elizabeth, 159 Henry, nurse 
Howard Ford Mfg Co, mfrs Ford 
Corkset Transmission Lining, 
29 Cutter Ave; Pres, Clyde A 
McNaughton; vice pres, Earl 
Ford: sec, treas and genrl 
mgr, Howard K Ford 

Ford Howard K, 217 Marshall, 
Mrs Mary M, " 
" Robert J, 

Edith a; 

" Harold S, 

Mabel C, 
Ford Edward J, 159 N Hudson, 

Mrs Julia C, 
Fordyce Josephine, 71 W Pearl, 



mfr 



u 

u 

farmer 



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Foster Edson J, real estate, insur- 
ance and auctioneer, 44 W 
Chicago; phone 19, res phone 
623-M; res 127 W Chicago 
" Mrs Almina, " 

Mrs Abbie E, 256 W Chicago 
Forker Wells P, 71 N Hanchett, Ly 
Forman Cora, 32 Perkins 
Foust Frank, 168 N Sprague, mason 
" Mrs Laura J, 40 Williams, 

nurse 

Fowler Mrs Mary, 251 W Pearl 

Fox & Flanders, barbers, 25 W Chi; 

Chas C Fox, F F Flanders 
Fox Chas C, 102 S Clay, barber 
" Mrs Myrtle, " 

" Mrs Rosa, 56 N Clay, D, w 

" James, 386 Grand, fruit farmer 
" Mrs Annie, " 

" Murrey C, " soldier 
" Ruth O, teacher 
" Lua, S P S, nurse 



Fox A W & Son, vegetable garden- 
ers; gardens, greenhouse and 
res 55 Green; first class vege- 
tables and plants in season; 
phone 389-J 
Fox Afton W, 55 Green, gardener 
Karl S, " soldier 
Ralph S, " navy 
Glen A, 267 N Hudson, 

vegetable gardener 
Mrs Alta F, " s 6 

Myron O, 29 W Pierce, clerk 

Mrs Belle, " clerk 

Marjorie B, " s 
Fox Thomas B, supt Coombs Milling 
Co; res 213 W Chicago 
" Mrs Liste, " 

" Henry A, M 

" J Carl, " M 

" Herbert L, " s 

" Robert S, " s 
Foy Chas, N Mich Ave, farmer 
" MrsGoldie, " 

" Eugene, " u 



EPSON J. FOSTER 

REAL ESTATE 

If you or your friends have Real Estate to sell, or want to buy, I do not 
care where it is, I am in a position to handle your business for you. 

INSURANCE 

I write all kinds of Insurance, including Life Policies, Fire Insurance, and 
Cyclone Insurance. Let me attend to your needs in this line. 

AUCTIONS 

If you are going to have an Auction Sale, see me for dates and I will save 
money for you. Write, or telephone at my expense. 

NOTARY PUBLIC MONEY LOANED 

S&ETfw 623-m 44 w est Chicago St., Coldwater 



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Foy Sylvester J, Red Crown and 
high test gasolines, Perfection and 
Palacine oils; W Garfield Ave 
" Mrs Ida M, 

" Emma A, " D 

" Amy E, " nurse 

" William E, navy 
Franciso Leo, 121 S Jeff, s 

France Floyd J, local agt Standard 
Oil Co; phone 486; 

residence 122 Jackson 
Mrs Madge, 
" Dorothy, u 
Franklin Francis M, mgr Great 
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co, 
1 West Chicago; 

residence 20 Taylor- 
Mrs Wilma R, 

Robert M, " u 

Allen L, " u 

Frederick Beman J, 130 N Hudson, r 

Mrs Mary, 
• " Henry E, 280 W Chicago, r 

" MrsAdalinej " 
Frederickson Chas, W State, lab 
" Louise, 



Freeland DrEdward C, dentist, 78 
W Chicago, res 179 E Pearl 
" Mrs Mary, w 
" Ida May, s 
Freeman Mrs Anna M, 176 W Pearl, w 
Maurice B, " s 

French Mrs Alice'L, 94 N Hanchett, w 
Mae I, " bookkeeper 

Mida E, " bookkeeper 

Friedrich Wm H, contractor, phone 
443-J; residence 359 S Clay 
" Mrs Berth a J, 

Esther M, " s 

" Lawrence M, " soldier 
" Gertrude C, s 
" Thelma, s 
Mabel, 17 N Polk, clerk 
Friend Julia, 121 N Hudson, teacher 
Frost Geo, 171 S Monroe, R 
Mrs Amanda, " 
" Lester, s 
Alvin, 59 S Clay, Ly 
" Mrs Ina, " 

" Louise, " s 
Herbert, " u 

" Charles, 75 E Montg, painter 
Mrs Dora, " 



A. W. FOX & SON 

TRUCK GARDENERS 

Fresh Vegetables and Plants 

IN SEASON 

Also Fruit and Florist's Nursery Stock 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 



55 Green Street 



Phone No. 389-J 



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Frost Eugene, 174 S Clay, carpenter 
" Mrs Jennie, " 

Ervin E, soldier 
Vena, " s 

Fry O A, 353 N Hudson, lab 
" Mrs Emma, " 

" Mildred, " s 
" Helen, " s 
" Doris, " s 
" Leon, s 
" William, " s 
" LeRoy, " u 
" Mrs Polly, 136 Peckham, w 

Frye Hazel, 71 E Pearl, teacher 
" Dorothy, " s 

Fry dryhoski Stephen, 50N Sprague, lab 
Mrs Frances, 

Pearl M, s 
" Frank, s 
" George, u 
Fulk Minnie, 60 Elm 
" Lottie, " nurse 
" Myron J, 117 W Chi, lab 
Fulks Lewis, 174 Grand, teamster 
Mrs Bessie, " 
" Lorene, " u 
" Lucile, u 
Fulkerson Fred C, 22 Morse, jeweler 

" Mrs Daisie, " 
Fuller Frank L, 241 Morse, fac 
" Mrs Nellie M, " 
• " Ber tha L, " Ho 

T Esther, " Ho 

G Floyd, 159 S Jeff, H 
Mrs Edith, 
" Reah M, s 
Orley R, " s 
John E, 204 N Hudson, r 
Mrs Nettie, 
Fulton Mrs Amanda R, 159 N Hudson, w 
Funk Mrs Lillie, 144 E Washington, w 
Gladys L, " s 

Furgason Ambrose J, 17 Morse, r 
" Mrs Josephine A, 
" Margaret E, 336 Grand, s 
Arthur W, " s 

" Marie, s 
" Max, " s 

Clyde, 115 Hull, teamster 



When you have in mind Rugs, 
Carpets, Linoleums, or any 
Floor Covering, 
First see Woodward & Sons 



Gage Harry, 99 E Park Ave, exp driver 

Mrs Bessie F, 
" Twins unnamed, " u 
Gaines Ch as A, 122 E Pearl, clerk 

Mrs Adele, 
Gallagher Steven P, 71 E Pearl, c t 
Gallap Geo O, traveling salesman 

Beech-Nut products, phone 

469-J; residence 151 E Pearl 

Mrs Clara A, 

Howard N, " soldier 

Mrs Enfield, " ( aged 94) w 
" Luther, 119 Peckham, carpntr 
Mrs Hazel, 

Eva, " s 

" Frances, s 

Richard, " u 

Gamble Dr Ernest F, physician 

and surgeon, Starr Block; 

residence 187 E Chicago • 

MrsElidaD, 
" Alfred F, " postal emp 

Gamby John C, 281 W Pearl, miller 

Mrs Maggie E, 
" Margery L, 

Helen N, 

William, 311 W Pearl 
Gamby Frank M, manager South- 
ern Michigan Grocer Co, 17- 
19 N Hanchett; res 64 Grand 
Mrs Cora, 

Chas, " s 

Gardner Mrs Sarah, 120 W Pearl, w 

Mrs Alma K, 89 W Pearl, w 
Garey Sylvia M, 48 N Monroe, bookpr 
Garman LoRena, 120 E Washington, s 
Garnella Mrs Maude, 260 N Hudson, 

actress 

" Naomi, actress 
Gates Helen B, 59 W Wash, clerk 

Mrs Emeline 175 Hull 
Gebhard Murl, 70 Marshall, teacher 
Geer Eli, 23 S Monroe, lab 
Geisel Henry C, 25 N Monroe, clerk 
George Adelbert D, electric con- 
tracting done; phone 641-M; 
res 221 E Washington 
" Mrs Nellie, 

" Howard C, " s 



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83 




The Coldwater Monument Co. 



Office 
Phone 120 

OR 

E. H. GIBSON 
208-M 




Office 
Phone 120 

OR 

A. C. SUTHERLAND 
362-M 



We have a large stock of MONUMENTS AND MARKERS on hand, with up-to-date 
pneumatic tools and skilled workmen for finishing and lettering. For many years we have 
devoted our exclusive attention to the Monument business, and our success proves that 
we understand the business and satisfy our customers. 

Show Room and Works, West Chicago St., Opposite New Armory 
COLDWATER MONUMENT CO. 

GIBSON & SUTHERLAND, Proprietors 



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George Mrs Carrie V, 85 Hull, 

reporter, w 
Hazel M, " s 

Harold H, " s 
" Mrs Emma, 123 S Monroe, w 
Milo, 248 Division, lab 
Mrs Susie, 
German Geo E, 200 Hull, lab 

Mrs Mary A, " 
Gibbins Joseph, 141 Hull, tailor 
Mrs Phyllis, " 
" Joseph, Jr, " u 
Gibbons Jay A, 92 Charles, lab 
" Mrs Elizabeth, " chair caner 
Edith B, 

Dewey H, " lab 

Gibson & Sutherland, see Coldwa- 
ter Monument Co; adv, p 83 

Gibson Edward II, 22 Hull; phone 
208- W; monument dealer 
Mrs Ada V, 22 Hull 
" Mary Elizabeth, " s 
Laura V, " u 

Albert W, 117 W Chi, lab 

Gibson Mrs Agnes, fire insurance, 
stenographer and pension at- 
torney; office and residence 134 
E Chicago, phone 194-J, w 
" Mrs Margery, 155 S Jeff, w 
Walter J, lab 

Gifford Mrs H Pauline, 99 Division, w 
Wm E, 348 S Clay, farmer 
Mrs Lavinna D, " 
Rolene J, " phone op 

" Edward, s 
Mrs Mary, 225 W Chicago, w 



THE 

East End Coal Yard 

IS WHERE YOU GET 

Good Coal, 

Honest Weight, 
And Used Right 

Not a new yard, but the place where Andrew 
Pender used to be — 

125 East Park Avenue Phone 525-M 
A. A. GILBERT, Prop'r 



Gilbert Allen A, propr East End Coal 
Yard, 125 E Park Ave, phone 
525-M; res 107 E Park Ave 
Mrs Ida C, 
" Elva M, " stenog 

EvaC, " s 

Mrs Chas T, 20 Church, w 
" Mrs Jennie R, 64 N Fremont, w 
" Audrey, 28 E Pierce, s 
Gillespie Peter, 142 N Jefferson, au 
Mrs Mary E, 

Peter, " s 

Helen E, " s 

JWiliiam, " s 

Gillett William P, 144 W Pearl, r 
Glenn, 113 Waterman, R 
Mrs Dorothy, 
" Marilyn, u 
Gilman Anna, S P S, nurse 
Gilson Mrs Emeline, 21 Henry, w 
Godden Cleaning Works, 10 N 
Monroe; Fred W Godden, 
propr; phone 186; see adv 
Godden Fred W, 10 N Monroe, 

" Mrs Edna, " [cleaning wks 
" Annabelle L, " s 
John W, u 
John, 226 E Washington, H 
Mrs Louise, 
" Henry, cider and cane mill, 
220 E Washington 

" Mrs Kate, 

Lavern L, 191 W Pearl, lab 
" Mrs Anna, " 
" LV, " u 

Godfrey Edwin D, 40 E Montg, clerk 
Mrs Ida, 

" Genevieve M, " u 
Lucille, 63 W Montg, s 
Golchert Herman, 278 S Jefferson, Br 
Mrs Marie, 

Henry H, " Ti 
Golden Mrs Amanda K, 253 E Wash,w 
Good H Wilford, 3 Grand, soldier 
" Mrs Josephine, " 

William R, " u 

" Gertrude M, u 
" Mrs Emma M,30 Pelton, nurse 
Goodwin Myrtle, S P S, dom 
" Edith, dom 
Goodnow Willis E, 65 E Pearl, c t 
Mrs Jennie, " 
Mrs Mary A, 96 S Clay, w 



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Gordenier Frank W, 445 W Chi, Ce 
Gordon Walter, 107 N Hanchett, 

" Mrs Emma, " [teamster 
" Blanchard, " teamster 
Goldie, " s 

Gorman Benjamin B, Pres Board 
of Public Works; 
residence 137 N Hudson 
" Mrs Susie I, " 
Elsie L, 

Goss Henry L, billiards, etc, 12 South 
Monroe; res 72 Jackson 
Mrs Clara E, " 
" Leo L, 194 E Pearl, navy 
Mrs Eloise M, 
Mrs Marie, 190 E Pearl 
" Clare D, navy 
" ' Iva A, " s 

" Cyrus, 84 E Alden, r 
Gould Mrs Elizabeth A, 152 N Jeff, w 
Gowdy Morton J, rural mail car- 
rier; residence 144 W Pearl 
Mrs Anna L, 
" Hah M, " stenog 

Mrs Susan, 102 N Jeff , w 
Graham Frank L, propr public car: 

phone 524- M; res 212 Henry 
Granger Francis, 252 Marshall. r 
Mrs Cynthia A, " 
Mrs Marie, 224 Marshall, w 
Graves Roscoe L, 203 Grand, soldier 
Mrs Lola D, " 

Wilfred I, " s 
" Roy E, 37 Henry, machinist 
Mrs Gay B, " 

Lpo E, 169S Hudson, office clerk 
Mrs Maud V, " 
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co, 
1 W Chicago, groceries, teas 
& coffees; F M Franklin, mgr 
Greek Norman G, 219 Cutter, u 
Green Lymon, optometrist, S M 
Bank bldg; careful attention 
to examinations and fitting; 
residence 106 Grand 
Mrs Jennie E, " 
Mrs Esther, 54 E Pearl, w 
Mrs Anna, 21 S Railroad, w 
Joseph, 133 Waterman, Ce 
Mrs Minnie J, 
Frank G, 194 Jackson, 
Mrs Elizabeth L, " 
Frank, 



Greenamyer Daniel S, merchant 
(D C Allen & Co), 9 W Chi: 
residence 159 S Monroe 
Mrs Lucy A, 
Greenich Edward, 42 Race, Ry 
Mrs Alta, 
" Raymond J, u 
" Robert L, u 
Greenwood Abram, S P S, baker 
" Mrs Deborah, 65 N Monroe, w 
Gregg John R, 71 W Montg, teamster 

" Mrs Jessie, " 
Gresley Edgar, real estate and in- 
surance, phone 788-J; 

residence 241 Marshall 
Mrs Edith, 

Fred I, 99 Jackson, carpenter 

Mrs Gertrude, " 

Mrs M Alta, 271 Morse, nurse 
Grice Abram W, 119 Marshall, janitor 

Mrs Rhoda A, " 
Griffin Orie 0, 18 Jackson, carpenter 

Mrs Lena M, " 
Griffith Dr Wilbur A, 191 W Pearl, 
" Mrs Louella A, " ^ soldier 
" Raymond C. " s 




THE THREE BRANCHES OF 
OUR BUSINESS: 

CLEANING 
PRESSING 
ALTERING 

There is something for you to 
gain by doing so 



PHONE 186 



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Grimm Mrs Julia, 160 Morse, w 
Grirmell Herbert J, 122 N Hudson, r 
Mrs Mary A, " 
" Mrs Lenora, 193 Church, w 
Gripman Mrs Cora A, 49 W Wash, w 
" Gertrude M, " teacher 

" Mrs Jennie, 15 Elm, clerk, w 
" Mariam, s 
Grosse Mrs Christeen E, 11 Jackson, w 
Grove A R, 235 W Chi, stock buyer 
Jay, 34 E Wash, P 

Mrs Elizabeth R, " 
Ray W, 272 Marshall, M 
Grove Mrs Eva A, fine dressmaking 
in all branches, phone 529-M; 
residence 272 Marshall 
Francis N, 70 W Montg, r 
Mrs Mary M, " 
Theron (Coon), 266 W Chi, r 
" Mrs Ida A, 
Groves Elwood, 165 W Pearl 

" Mrs Jennie, " 
Gruber Solomon, 16 Green, r 

" Mrs Margaret L, " 
Grundy Mrs Amelia, 153 S Hudson, 

tobacco stripper 
Grimer Starr W, clothier (Sloman 
& Gruner), 24 W Chicago; 
" residence 130 E Chicago 
" Mrs Lena, 
" Ruth M, emp S P S 
Guiteau Julius E, 129 Division, Ce 
Mrs Vella B, 

Vella M, " u 

Guest Hugo, 75 N Fremont, salesman 

Mrs Anna, " 
Gust Michae] D, 171 Grand, r 
" Mrs Josephine, " 

Wilma M, " milliner 

Elizabeth L, "bookkeeper 
Clara, s 



H 



Hach John A, 202 Grand, c t 

Mrs Pink C, 
I lad I and Mark, 185 Henry, M 

Mrs Elizabeth, 
Bablawetz John, 2z N Sprague, r 
" Mrs Lasina, " 



Hadley Dr Grant S, dentist, 13 W 
Chicago; res 160 N Hudson 
Mrs Grace, 
" Helen R, s 
" Marian, s 
" Kenneth N, " s 

Hadley Shirley R, attorney, 18 W 

Chicago; residence same 
Haight Louis F, emp Milnes Talk 
Shop; res 28 Park Place 
Mrs Elizabeth, 
Hall B Eugene, 96 Morse, mfr 
Mrs Mida A, 
" Harold H, soldier 
" Russell A, govt s 

" Herschel, 180 Walnut, carpentr 
" Mrs Winnie, 

Mrs Emma, 18 S Polk 
Hallett Mildred, 99 E Washington, s 
Hamilton Robert J, 225 W Pearl 
Mrs Harriet P, " 
" John W, 64 W Alden, painter 
" Mrs Carrie D, " 

Fern A, " Pr 

Harold J, 

Beulah N, s 
Gladys M, fac 
" Joseph, 117 W Chicago, Ce 
Alice B, 189 E Washington 
Hammer John, 114 N Clay, lab 
" Mrs Etta, " dressmaker 
Hankis John A, 148 Daugherty, lab 
Mrs M Estelle, " 
" Starr, s 
Hanks Mrs Laura, 270 S Jefferson 

" Beulah L, s 
Harden Russell T, 160 Walnut, soldier 
Hardenbrook John, 214 Grand, clerk 
Mrs Mary E, " 
" Alvin J, soldier 
" Allen D, stenog 
Harding G W & Son, 106-108 W 
Chicago, agricultural imple- 
ments, carriages, wagons, har- 
ness, blankets, robes, etc; G 
W and R W Harding 
Harding G W, 149 N Clay, merchant 
" Ross W, 100 N Clay, merchant 
" Mrs Gertrude, " 
Harding" Louis K, propr Arlington 
Livery, 16-18 N Hanchett; 

residence 147 W Chicago 
Mrs Pearl. 

Flint E, navy 



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OUR 3,000-TON ELEVATOR, CORNER DIVISION ST. AND RAILWAY 



The Only Automatically Screened Coal 
In the City 



DIXIE GEM, MONITOR, 
PEERLESS POCAHONTAS, SCRANTON, 
SOLVAY COKE 



These Coals, with Elevator and Yellow Wagon Service, make this 

Headquarters For Coal Economy 



S. POLLOCK & SON 



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Hardy Lena, 230 Race, Ly 


-L-Lctl till <X 11 O \J1.1L1 , L ±X Hi 1YHJLJ vtL Uili"! V ? V^t? 


Harger Wm H, 263 S Jeff, thresher 


" Mrs Zpnna " 




Mrs Ann, 


" Helen L, " u 




Andrew A, " navy 


" Margaret, " u 


Harkey John, 134 S Monroe, lab 


Hartley Mrs Ethel P,283 N Hudson, Pr 


Harkness Edwin D, 209 N Clay, r 


i i i tidiiit i i v!i w , painier, paper 




Mrs Jennie M, " 


Utxllgel o£ UotUI eLlUI , cull WU1 Is. 




Lillian A, " phone op 


guaranteed; phone No 516-^A^; 




Burnese S, 207 Grand, R 


ie»ici<=nce no in jeiieisoii 




Mrs Pearl, 


" lVTra IMdllio 1\/T " 




Verba E, " s 


±\ (Id ivl, s 


Harmon Geo A, W Garfield Ave, farmer 


Hatph Mrs T,il lip C 9^4 W Ppnrl 

L_L tx liOU 1VJ.1S .LilllltJ V^, UO^. VV <L HdlJ, 




Louis E, 216 Division, lab 


UI esoIIlcLKoI , W 


" 


Mrs Desta, 


EjUUll/tJ J., UltJbl Ul <1 11 


" 


Harry, u 


Ha.tfiplf] Mrs Maw A QQ .Tafkson w 




Leo H, " u 


Ha.thpwa.v Willi a. m 11 Eli ^abptfi t* 

-1— L Ullty VV XXI J VV IIXXCULU, 11 l^illZjU UUULlf 1. 




Chas,W Garfield Ave, farmer 


" Mrs Sylvia R, " 




Mrs Martha, " 


n tii luiii ■ j ajciiilh;! pnysician ana 




Elizabeth, u 


surgeon, omce ijl vv Lviiicdgo, 




George, 106 Bennett, Ly 


office phone 259, res phone 313; 




Mrs Mary A, 


residence 173 E Chicago 




Frank, " Ce 


ivirs iN eiuie, 




Henry, " soldier 


TT q T'Pric ft Vi orm o v-» 1 J.Q ~\AT Poor 1 ! IqVi 
I ±d V Cl_15> OllfcSI 111 dll, itt) VV itJclllj laU 


» 


Lottie, Ly 


ivirs ivl a oei, 


5) 


Steven, Ce 


xLiari a, s 




Daniel, s 


Hawes Herbert A, auto repairs and 




Clara, s 


accessories, 14 North Monroe; 




Wm, 123 Perkins, lab 


residence 45 North Monroe 




Mrs Elva H, 


" T\/T-r»a Anno T " 

ivirs Anna j , 




Ivan, s 


vvnariot/Le Hj, » 




George, 79 Jackson, lab 


" TTolon TT " c 

xieien ri, s 


Harpham William, 17 Coombs, lab 


ivirs iiimma ijo in r remoni, w 


Harris Chas J, 22 W Washing-ton, r 


riawKS Aioeru r , loo vv ircaii, r 




Mrs Maud I, " 


ivirs v lrgmia 




Alice E, milliner 


Minnie cipris 




Chas F, 100 Henry, r 


JtiaWKinS IjrcO Jj, O irei Kills, Vvt5 




Floyd, " lab 


ivirs Hid luii vv , 




Mrs Glema, 


" Lucile, s 




D Alden, rural mail carrier; 


riawiey Augusta jj, Loi i\ ^iay 




residence 127 S Hudson 


" A/Ti*o! TV/To *»ir T A ^v»on/^ xit 

ivirs iviary j, z/ 1 * ijrana, w 




Mrs Anna, 


" Tomio T HQ W PnlV y» 

ijewis iio i\ iroiK, r 




Lewis H, 24 Park Place, clerk 


" A/Tva A 1 ina TT " 

ivirs Alice jcj, 




Mrs Lorena A, 


John, 3Z4 W Chicago, r 




Robert, 156 N Jefferson 


Mrs Jennie, " 




Mrs Ida, 


Haynes Andrew, 46 N Sprague, teamstr 




Hosea H, 332 E Chicago, r 


" Mrs Luretta, " 




Mrs Minnie, " 


" Lloyd, s 




Mrsllattie, 43 Henry, w 


" James, s 




J L, 137 Hull, contractor 


ivosa, u 




Mrs Minnie, " 


" Arthur " n 

XX L LI J U 1 , LA 




Howard R, u 




HartKrankH, 112Jaekson, v 


In Millinery, you will find that tasty, up-to-date 




Mrn ( 'ynthia A, " 


touch at WOODWARD & SONS' 



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Hayes Fr Dennis A, pastor of 
St Charles Catholic Church; 
phone 279; res 78 Harrison 
Joseph, 244 S Jefferson, P 
Mrs Katie R, " D 
" Margaret, " office clerk 
George, " Ti 

" Mrs Olive (aged 92), 

115 Perkins, w 
Hays Owen C, 242 Grand, soldier 
Mrs Ruth M, " Ho 
Hayne Winnifred L, 56 Jackson, s 
Hedtke Fred E, up-to-date electric 
shoe repairing, 5 S Monroe, 
basement; all work guaran- 
teed; res 112 N Jefferson 
" Mrs Emelie, " w 
Wm C, " c t 

Heenan Michael S, 238 S Jeff, postman 

Mrs Mary E, " 
Heimbach Alvin L, staple and fancy 
groceries, poultry, fresh and 
salt meats, 5 WChicago, phone 
24; residence 59 E Pearl 
" Mrs Inez, 

" Leila, " gov't clerk 

" Althea, teacher 
" Margaret L, " s 



J B Hellenberg- Co, mfrs of indoor 
athletic goods, mallets, etc, 
4-50 Clark; office 189 S Jeffer- 
son; pres, M E Nivison; vice 
pres,G F Hellenberg; sec-treas 
G S Milhan 

Hellenberg Gustav,201 S Jefferson, mfr 
Mrs Pauline, 

Karl, soldier 
" Arnold W, soldier 
" Bernard, " navy 

" Arthur, s 

Huldah, " s 

Otto, 245 S Jefferson, H 

Mrs Nellie, 
" Armond, s 
" Pauline, s 
Helmick Ira, W State, lab 

Mrs Myrtle, " 

Ara, " emp S P S 

" Herman, " u 
" Dorothy, " u 
" Arthur, u 
Henderson V, S P S, cook 

Helm Mrs Catherine M, 120 N Jeff, w 
Hemingway Abbott B, 137 Taylor, Br 
Hendricks Mrs Jessie, 71 S Hudson 



r , n 

It's very human and perfectly natural to want to feel absolutely confident 
that your grocer will give you a square deal, both as to the quality of 
his goods and the prices he charges you for them. Have you tried 

A. L. HEIMBACH 

For Groceries # Meats 

Every item of stock in this Store and Market is carefully selected, 
and you are entirely safe in ordering by phone. The number is 

Teas, Coffees, Spices and Canned Goods are Specialties here 
5 WEST CHICAGO STREET, COLDWATER 

L . . . . „ , U 



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Henneghan John T, 70 S Jefferson, Ti 

Mrs Queenie M, " 

Delia M, " s 

" John, Jr, s 
" Anna, " u 

Mrs Anna, 23 N Hudson, w 

Henning & Wicker, 57 W Chicago, 
auto supplies, sporting goods 
and bicycles; phone 178- J; A 
W Henning, Geo B Wicker; 

Henning Adolph W, cor Mich Ave and 
E Chicago, merchant 
Mrs Elizabeth, 

Herb Dr, 256 W Chicago, healer 

Henry Marshall, 36 Henry, painter 
Mrs Ethel L, 
" Cyril J, soldier 
Roy, " lab 

Frank, 33 N Monroe, lab 

Herendeen Mrs Mary D, 100 S Hudson, w 

Herlan Frank D, 165 W Chicago, clerk 
Herring Stanley, 31 Harrison, lab 

Mrs Mattie, 
Hewes Frances, 54 E Chicago, teacher 



Hibbard Frank A, 74 Grand, 

Mrs Jennie F, " [blacksmith 
Perry A, 124 Henry, R 
Mrs Eunice A, " 
Khrystel E, " D 
Francis P, fao 
Helen L, s 
Laura L, s 
Hickey Matthew L D, mason, phone 
674-M; res 109 Pierson 
Mrs Minnie E, " 
Jared M, 22 Elizabeth, Ly 
Mrs Viola F, 

Bridget, 16 Pelton, dom 
Rose, dom 
Jesse J, 23 N Hudson, 
Mrs Sarah H, " [drayman 
Carl H, soldier 
Harold J, " clerk 

Ada H, " phone op 

Margaret M, " s 
Lorenzo H, s 
Lorene Anna, " u 



For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



Henning & Wicker 



" WHERE YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT 
AT THE PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY" 




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Hickey Joseph H, shoes and shoe 
repairing-, 65 W Chicago; 

residence 101 Waterman 
Mrs Matilda E, " 
Carrie E, s 
Joseph R, s 
Josephine M, " s 
Mrs Bertha E, 525 Grand, w 
Hicks C Adelbert, 102 Henry, carpent-r 
Mrs Anna A, " 
" Chauncey, 204 S Jefferson, s 
Hiesrodt Geo E, 26 Race, lab 
Jay, 45 N Hanchett, marshal 
Mrs Clnra E, " dep co clerk 
Marcus F, 115 S Monroe, 
Grace E, " [truant officer 
James L, 324 Grand, 
Mrs Anna B, " [rural mail c'r 
Margaret E, " s 
J Royce, s 
Dorothy O, " s 
Mrs Eva G, 12 S Monroe, cook 
Helen M, waitress 
Higgins Gertrude K, 253 W Chicago, "s 
Hilborn Edward C, 121 Elm, Ce 
Mrs Dora P, 
" Arlene B, Pr 
Wm E, 192 E Washington, Br 
" Mrs Lizzie E, " 

Ward W, " soldier 

" Henry A, navy 
Hildebrand Louie F, 210 E Pearl, 

" Mrs Mary E, " [farmer 
Mrs Minnie, 151 Walnut, w. 
" William, 60 River, teamster 
" Mrs Sadie M, 
Hill Mrs Maude M, 78 Green, w 
Lloyd G, " clerk 

" Fern M, s 
Wilma G, " s 
Jessie V, " s 

Hills Walter, 25 S Railroad, R.y 
" Mrs Mary, " 
" Irene G, u 
Hillborg Fred, Hilton's farm, lab 
" Cristina, 

Carl, " s 

Hilliar R Clyde, 41 Grand, govt emp 
" Mrs Carrie G, " clerk 
C Rolland, s 
K Alice, s 

Buy that Wall Paper at Woodward & Sons' 



Hilton T A, clothing and gents' fur- 
nishings, trunks and traveling 
goods, shoes for men, women 
and children, 20-22 W Chi- 
cago; residence 109 W Pearl 
Mrs Eunice A, " 
Alfred, W, 68 S Clay, clerk 
Mrs Mabel L, 

Frederick J, u 
John, 156 S Jefferson, P 
Roswell, 104 E Pearl, s 
Max C, " s 

Himebaugh Edgar E, 462 Marshall, 

" Mrs Mae, " [horseman 

Hinkley Fred, 83 S Clay, au 

Mrs Nellie A, 
" Harley D, " soldier 

" Doris F, u 
Hodges Mrs Wava, 15 W Pearl, D 
Hodgkins Ethel, 246 N Hudson, L 
" Mrs Lucy 212 Henry, dom 



JOS. H. HICKEY 



65 WEST CHICAGO ST. 



SHOES SOLD AND 
REPAIRED 



Quality 
And Prompt Work 
Our Specialty 



YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED 



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Hodgman Mrs W E, abstracts of 
title, insurance and convey- 
ancing, 7 W Chicago; 

residence 121 W Pearl 
" James W, govt s 

" Charles E, " office clerk 
Albert B, , " s 
Helen, " s 

" Mary N, s 
Daniel, " s 

Willis E, Jr, " s 
" Ann, u 
Hofert Ernest A, 418 S Jefferson, M 
Mrs Viola P, 

Marion, Belle, " u 
WmE, " u 

Hogoboom Cornelius, 230 Cutter, r 

" Susanna H, 
Holbrook Dr Arthur G, physician 
and surgeon, New Clarke 
Block; res 170 E Chicago 
Mrs Mabel W, 

" George T, " soldier- 

Phyllis, " s 

Shirley E, " s 

Edith E, 13 Waterman 
Ralph A, 141 S Hudson, P 
Mrs Letha M, " 
Max A, " s 

Holden G Frank, 295 Cutter, lab 

" Mrs Minerva, 57 Cutter, w 

" Berton, 57 Cutter, cigarmaker 



E TACKLE A JOB OF 

;e — that'5 

THE REASON 

WE 
ADVERTISE 




Coldwater Plumbing Co.'s 
Little Plumber 

Phone 35 70 West Chicago St. 



Holden Carl B, 135 Jackson, clerk 
" Mrs Margaret, " 
" George, s 
Mildred, " u 

Cora J, u 
Carl B, Jr, " u 
" Chas Patrick, " u 
Hold ridge Leroy L, 323 W Chi, Ly 
Mrs Lillian J, " clerk 
Holiday Gertrude L, 72 Wat, S P S 
Joel F, E State, S P S 
Mrs Junia B, " S P S 

HollenbeckMrs Cynthia, 105SMonroe,w 
Holmes L Jay, 151 Marshall, horseman 
Mrs Emily R, " 
Florence M, 58 W Pearl, 

city librarian 
Burdette, 228 Henry, lab 
Mrs M Elizabeth, " 
Clifton, 229 E Pearl 
Mrs Edith I, " 
" Marvel L, " s 
Dorothy M, > u 
Carrie E, 83 S Clay 
Holt Charles F, 94 Waterman, Ho 
" Homer B, 184 N Clay, carpenter 
" Mrs Hannah, " 

F Horace, " s 
Holway Edward A, 159 S Clay, P 
" Bessie C, s 
Home Bakery, see Geo L Snyder 
Honeywell Mrs M Pearl, 134 S Clay 

" Geo Adams, u 
Hoopingarner Don W, 31 E Montg, 

rural carrier 

Mrs Inez B, 
" Gwendolyn M " s 
" Wava, 32 Pierson, s 
Hooker Mrs Mary R, 160 Division, w 
HooverMrs Susannah A, 62 Smith, w 
Hoosier Shoe Co, 52-70 Abbott; pres, 
R E Clarke; sec, Geo C Turner; 
treas, H A Close; mgr, F H 
Welch 

Hopkins George S, 8 Cutter, drayman 
Mrs Ada, 

Horning Wm F, 175 Waterman,chauf 'r 
Mrs Sadie A, 
" Lynn E, s 
Horton Frank L, 170 Division, P 
Mrs Estella M, 



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Hotel Emery, cor S Monroe and 
Park Ave; European plan, 
steam heat and baths; phone 
90; Emery L Carpenter, propr 

Houghtaling Wm, 14 W Alden, 

stock buyer 

" Mrs Virginia, " 
" Frank P, 40 Morse, agent 
Mrs Cora L, 
Howard Mrs Helen D, 36 Orchard, w 
Howd, Gladys 109 Jackson, teacher 
Howe Chas F, attorney, 10 W Chi; 
residence 185 Marshall 
Mrs Ruth C, 

Mrs Frances C, 13 Wat, w 
Emery D, 35 E Alden, 

po inspector 

Mrs Clara B, " 

Lucile E, " s 

Mrs Clara L, 66 N Monroe, 

bookkeeper 

Howell Augusta, 255 E Pearl, teacher 
H M, 252 E Washington, r 
" Mrs Elizabeth, 
" Harold M, " soldier 



Hoyt Charles E, 192 N Clay, lab 
Mrs Laura V, 

Orin W, 335 Grand, r 
Mrs Sadie E, 

Wm W, 58 E Pearl, R 
Mrs Elsie, 

James O, " s 

" Louis, " u 

Hudson Henry, 172 Perkins, P 
Huested Henry, 136 E Pearl, r 
" Mrs Sophronia A, " dressmkr 
Louis C, 62 Charles, r 
" Mrs Alice, 
Huff Chas B, 64 S Jefferson, clerk 
" Mrs Cora M, " nurse 
" Leona L, " s 

" George W, s 
" Leo D, s 
Hugunin Mrs E Agnes, 109 E Pearl, w 
Hulbert Mrs Emma T, 516 W Chi, w 
Jessie D, 

Humphrey Leonard F, attorney, 18 
West Chicago; res 21 N Jeff 
Mrs Cora M, " 
Victor S, 



][ 



mi 



n 



H HOME BAKERY 



We all enjoy the "HOME" taste in 

Bread, Pies, Cakes, Friedcakes, etc. 

And that is just the satisfaction you find in our goods : 
the HOME flavor in everything 



Special Orders Given Prompt Attention 
PHONE 160 



44 EAST CHICAGO ST. 
0PP. MASONIC TEMPLE 



GEO. L. SNYDER, Prop r ff 



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Hungerford Virgil U, general real 
estate, loans and insurance, 
42 W Chicago; res 4 Park St 
Mrs Clara M, 
" Gladys L, " teacher 

Ruth E, " s 

Helen W, " s 

" Marshall J, s 
Albert S, 289 Marshall, r 
" Ploy A, " teacher 

Hunt Mrs Helena M, 59 E Pierce 

J Neafie, 190 N Fremont, clerk 
Mrs Pearl V, 

Mrs Elizabeths, 114S Monroe, w 
Hurley Frank A, 200 Perkins, Ce 

Mrs Lena M, " 
" Lawrence J, " soldier 

Margaret P, " D 
" Leo E, s 

Paul F, " s 

Jacob W, 194 S Clay, 
" Mrs Emma C, " [cigarmaker 

Ervin L, Ly 
" Oneita, " linotypist 

Will C, 75 Jackson, c t 

Mrs Maud, " 

Elizabeth, " u 
Hurst Mrs Maria, 145 E Park Ave, w 

John W, 149 E Park Ave, 
" Mrs Ednn L, " [emp Stokes 

Mrs Harriet M, 157 Wat, w 
Hutchins L Alton, 67 W Wash, chemist 
" Mrs Georgia, " 
" Elizabeth J, " s 
" Mary E, " u 

Willard B, 71 N Hanchett, r 

Mrs Ida B, 

Mrs Mattie, 223 Henry 

Mrs Diana, 72 W Wash, w 
" Blanche, " office clerk 

" Hazel, teacher 

Harry B, soldier 
" Clyde H, 63 Munson, drayman 

Mrs Sadie H, " 

Alice A, " s 
" Doris A, " u 
" Inez A, u 
Bert, 105 S Clay, 
Hutchinson Chas S, 16 Branch, teamstr 

Mrs Catharine E, " 
Hyde Mrs Tirzah, 151 N Fremont, w 
" Mary O, 



Ideal Candy Store and Ice Cream Par- 
lor; see Lopez Bros 

Ideal Displayer Co, 29 Cutter, B E 
Hall, propr 

Imber James, auto livery; phone 
224-R; res 133 S Clay 
Mrs Margie, 

Inde Margaret, Hotel Emery, cook 

Ingraham Wm W, 407 W Chi, roofer 
" Mrs Frances L, " 

Ives Mrs Elizabeth, 126 W Pearl, w 
" Jessie, stenog 



Jackson John T, mgr Tibbits Opera 
House and city bill poster; 
residence 51 N Clay 
Mrs Huldah, 
Phyllis A, 

John, Jr, " s 

" William M, 77 Pierson, tinner 
Mrs Kate M, 

Mrs Lilla M, 115 Perkins 
" Olive M, stenog 
" Bernice, 73 N Monroe, dom 
" Nathan, 516 W Chicago, cook 

Jas F, 26 Mill, M 
" Mrs Almira, " 
" John, 300 Grand, farmer 

Mrs Mary E, 

Mrs Huldah, 146 Morse, w 
Edward H, 269 W Pearl, R 
" Mrs Minnie, 

" Morris F, s 
Kenneth E, " s 

Dorothy, " u 

Jacob Abram, 17 Tibbits 

Mrs Marie, 
Jacobs Wm H, 56 N Jefferson, Br 
" Mrs Annetta, " 
" Annetta Zola, " s 
" Geraldine, s 
" Genevieve F, " 

Geo W, 112 Waterman, 

harnessmaker 

Mrs Mary E, " 
Ivel E, 338 E Chicago, navy 
" Mrs Loi ene, " milliner 



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BIRDSEYE VIEW FROM THE TOWER OF THE LINCOLN SCHOOL BUILDING 




V. U. Hungerford 

Real Estate 

Money Loaned, Surety Bonds 
FIRE INSURANCE 



If you have property that you 
want to move, list it with me; 



WITH MY ASSISTANTS 

I CAN MOVE ANYTHING ! 



Phone No. 252 

42 WEST CHICAGO ST. COLDWATER, MICHIGAN 



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Jacobson F M, 153 E Pearl, teacher 
Jag-ger Joseph H, 19 S Clay, r 

Mrs Hattie M, " 
Jeffers George W, shoe repairing - , 

firstclass hand work; shop and 

residence 188 E Washington 

Mrs Henrietta, 
Jenks Hazel, 195 Cutter, compositor 
Jennings Chas A, 99 Grand, mgr and 

supt Gas Co 

Mrs Vera M, 
" Lorelie E, s 
" Kirman A, s 

Marfa L, 
Jepson Lee H, 108 Harrison, 

Mrs Josephine, " 

Herbert F, 

Catherine, 
Jenkins Archie R, 77 Waterman 

Mrs Marie, 
" Lester A, 
" Francis G, " 

Alman T, 83 Coombs, 

Mrs Ollie, 

John, 72 W Chicago, 



u 

tinner 



s 
s 

lab 
Ho 

Ce 



Johns Arthur, 8 Conover, P 
Mrs Ethel, " P 
Ralph B, " s 
Earl C, " s 

Carlton, " . s 

Mrs Lucinda, 167 S Clay, P, w 
Leonard, soldier 
George W, 167 S Clay, soldier 
Mrs Ella, " P 

Mrs Lauretta, 199 Perkins 
Johnson Clayton C, attorney, New 
Clarke Block; res 189 W Chi 
" Mrs Mae A. " 
" Harold A, auto salesroom, 73 
W Chi; res 10 Walnut 
Mrs Mabel, 

Muriel R, " u 
Johnson Byron S, clothier (Olds & 
Johnson), 52 W Chicago; 

residence 153 W Chicago 
Mrs Ada M, 

Wayne R, s 
Howard A, 23 Jay, Ce 
Mrs Emma, " 

Chas L, 25 N Monroe, painter 



Gas— CAPABLE, willinG 



Able, safe. 



a 



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ERVANT OF MILLION 



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Johnson T E, supt city schools 




Jones Mrs Rebecca, 50 N Hanch^tt, w 




residence 110 W 


Pearl 


" Claude A, teacher 


" 


Mrs Mildred M, 




Delia M, " 


" 


Stanley H, 


s 


Hannah A, 137 N Hudson, D 


it 


Patricia Hope, 


u 


William, 99 W Chicag-o, P 


)) 


Anna, 25 S Hudson, 


dom 


" Jesse E, 389 W Chi, teamster 




Etta, 120 W Pearl 




" Mrs Stella M, " 




Mrs Lizzie, 397 W Chicago, w 


" Fay A, " s 


" 


Harvey W, " 


Ce 


" Irene R, s 




Rena M, 


s 


" Dale R, s 


" 


Leon H, 


s 


" Sadie B. s 




Kenneth J, 


s 


" Ray A, " u 


" 


Raymond L, " 


s 


Henry R, 82 Charles, lab 




Mary E, 


u 


Mrs Fern, 50 W Alden, Pr 




Clair W, 93 Walnut, soldier 


" Emerson J, s 




Mrs Ethel M, " 




" Ellaine B, u 




Roy H, 87 Jackson, 


Ce 


Timothy, 82 N Polk, farmer 




Mrs Ethel E, " 




" Mrs Daisy M, " 


" 


Willis T, 228 Grand, 


clerk 


" Geneva, 115 N Clay, s 




Mrs Nevah V, " 




Jordan John W, 235 Marshall, Ho 


" 


W Wayne, 


s 


Mrs Nettie L, " Ho 




Pauline N, 


s 


" Geneva L, s 


" 


Evalyn M, 


s 


" John E, s 


" 


Mrs Mariette, 136 N Clay, w 


" Oscar, 296 S Jefferson, lab 


" 


Hal S, 


actor 


Mrs Clara, " Ho 




Albert A, 258 E Wash, 


r 


" Virginia, phone op 


" 


Mrs May, 




" Cora, 53 W Montg, clerk 


" 


Sylvia, 304 Marshall, 


s 


Ralph E, " 




Rhea, 73 Division, 


s 


" Leon, 145 S Hudson, lab 




Ret ah, 


s 


Mrs Iva B, 




Lewis V, auditor Standard Oil 


Wayne D, " s 




Co; res 143 E Washing-ton 


Juckett Will, 33 N Jefferson, barber 


» 


Mrs N ancy E, 




" Mrs Susan, " D 




LeMoyne G, 


s 


iv _i_ ui \KJi. y , ^ 




Mary J, 


s 


" Eugene, 8 Green, Sc 




Helen M, 


s 


Mildred, " s 




Herbert P, 25 Pelton, 


clerk 


" Millicent, " 




Mrs H Luella, " 




Tnnp \A7Mllijim 1 4-fi ~P\ AA^ash ( rpa,r^ 

<0 Mil" VV 1111 (X 111 , A TU J_i VV dOlJ \ k \sCIU X. 1 , 


" 


Charles A, 


s 


too m ctpr 

bXZ <X Lilo It* L 


" 


Hazel C, 


s 


Mrs Emma, Pr 


" 


Rex A, 307 E Wash, 


Ry 


" George D, 240 Perkins, r 


" 


MrsAltaA, 




" Mrs Lid a A, " 




Harold A, 


s 




" 


Doretha P, 


s 






Marguerite, 


s 






Vivian I, 


u 




» 


Carl F, 98 E Wash, decorator 


In Women's and Children's 


» 


Mrs Gertrude H, " 




Ready to-Wear you will find 




Daisy A, 


s 


peneci saiisTacuon ai 




Robert C, 


s 


Woodward & Sons'. 




Economy Dry Goods Buying 








At WOODWARD & SONS' 







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. L to 



INSURANCE 
AGENCY . . 

Room 2 Bovee Block 
Phone 409-M 



21 



REPRESENTING OVER 




AFE, SOUND, SURE. No 
I*-"-* occasion to worry if your pol- 
icies are written by this Agen- 
cy. We carefully safeguard your interests 
and watch expirations. You will never 
burn out with a "dead " Fire Insurance 
Policy in one of our Companies. 



FIRE 
CYCLONE 
HEALTH AND ACCIDENT 
INSURANCE 



Surety Bonds Furnished 
Pension Business in All its Branches 



K 



Kaiser Henry S, sheriff, office and 



residence 31 Division 




Mrs Effie I, 




Fred H, 


s 


Maurice B, 


s 


Doris E, 


s 


" Howard J, 


u 


" Arva Mae, 


u 


Kanouse Bruce, 67 W Pierce, 


soldier 


Mrs Mildred, 


L 


Kantz Robert, 97 N Clay, 




emp Arlington 


Mrs Ella, 




" Roberta M, " 


s 



Kappler George H, plumber ( Man- 
sell & Kappler) 23 S Monroe, 
residence 155 Henry 
" Herman C, " s 

Keating Mrs Alice P, 146 E Pearl 

Keeley Mrs Mary, 148 Taylor, w 
Nellie, 19 E Pierce, dom 

Keene Rev Claude M, pastor 
Church of Christ; phone 194-R 
residence 86 Daugherty 
Mrs Sarah E, 

Keep Chas L, general insurance and 
pensions, room 2, Bovee Blk; 
phone 409-M; res 70 Marshall 
Mrs Lola W, 
" Gertrude H, " teacher 

" Kathryne L, s 
Mrs Sarah R, 36 E Alden, w 

Keeslar Homer C, 51 E Washington, Ti 
Mrs Loretta E, D 
Lowell G, " s 

" Fern H, 148 Marshall, dressmkr 

Keller Win B, 70 S Monroe, r 

Kelly Patrick, 110 Clark St, teamster 

K ellog g O rlancloG, d airy m an ; phone 
459- W; res 27 Park Place 
" Mrs Florence, 

Clara, s 

Kelloyg Marvin, 156 S Jefferson, lab 
Mrs Hazel, 

Kelsey Watson H, 44 W Alden, c t 
" Mrs Mary E," 

Buy that Wall Paper at Woodward & Sons' 



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Kemp & Bingham, groceries, meats 
and provisions, 30 E Chicago; 
phone 75; Walton Kemp, 
Harry W Bingham 

Kemp Walton, grocer (Kemp & 
Bingham), 30 E Chicago; 
residence 214 N Hudson 
Mrs Inez D, " 

Mabel I, " s 
Max D, " s 

" George A, grocer, 93 E Park 
Ave; res 87 Coombs 

" Mrs Minerva E, " 

" Bernice, s 

Kempster Stephen W,W Garfield Ave, 
" Mrs Maria, " [farmer 
" Carrie, teacher 
" Florence A, " s 
Walter C, 101 S Clay, farmer 
" Mrs Gertrude, " 

Kennard Walter, 251 Marshall 
" Mrs Maude H, " 
" Helen J, s 



Kennedy Frank^B, 133 Marshall 
" Mrs Jennie L, " 

Chas D, " r 

Mrs Sarah A, " 
Kennery Carl, E Garfield, farmer 
" Mrs Jennie, " 
" Paul, s 
" Absalom, " r 
Kerr Hardware Co, 61 W Chicago, 
hardware of all kinds, robes, 
blankets, etc; dealers in grain 
and seeds; A Kerr, C S Vin- 
cent and Rollin A Kerr; phone 
No 29 

Kerr Andrew, 185 W Chicago, merchant 
" Mrs Alice C, 

" Rollin A, soldier 
" Mrs Henrietta, 12 Taylor, w 
" Arthur, soldier 
" Robert A, soldier 
Kerr Bessie, propr Hat Shop and 
Art Store, 7 S Monroe; 
res 106 E Chicago 
Kester Herman, 111 Marshall, Ly 
Mrs Ida, 



t Kemp & Bingham J 

1* GROCERIES T 

T AND MEATS J| 

^ Your patronage is most cordially invited, and we 
know we can please you. 

JL^ Our Groceries are the most carefully selected, and ^ 

^ our Meats the choicest the land affords ^ 

You've never tasted the best Sausage unless you've tried ours 

30 East Chicago St. Phone 75 ^ 



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Keyes Mrs Euretta A, 40 Orchard, w 
" Albert, 61 Sherman. s 
Kiobe Edward, 16 N Monroe (rear) 
eavetroughing, roofing, etc; 
jobber of sheet metal; 
residence 193 Church 
Mrs Cora E, " 
" Harry, soldier 
" Howard, navy 
Kifofoe Albert K, mgr Chandler box 
factory; res 35 Morse 
Mrs Elizabeth A, " 
William H, " soldier 

" Frederick A, s 
E Winifred, " s 

Kiliboski Therese B, 96 E Alden, P 
Killinger Edwin S, 71 Waterman, Ce 
Mrs Dora B, 

Pauline, " s 

Kimball Dighton, 205 Henry, Ce 

" Mrs Frances L, " 
Kimble Norman C, 209 Grand, R 
Mrs Edith P, 

Alfred M, 314 W Chicago, P 
Mrs Eva M, 
King Win H, bookkeeper Hoosier 
Sooe Co; res 153 E Pearl 
Mrs Anna M, 

Helen A, " s 

" Catherine A, s 

Herschel W, " s 

Mrs Hettie M, 64 S Fremont, w 
" Charles C, 107 Marshall, c t 

Mrs Alma C, 

HClizbe, " s 

Kingsley Pharmacy, drugs, books, 
painters' supplies, toilet arti- 
cles, art goods, photo mater- 
ials, etc, 21 W Chicago; W L 
and O R Kingsley, proprs 
Kingsley Wilbur L,235 E Chi, druggist 
Mrs Florence M, " 
Robert G, " u 

" Ogden Rea,142 Hull, merchant 

Mrs Elizabeth J, " 
" Ruth Lucile, " u 

" Pauline E, u 
Kimmel Linus E, 275 W Chicago, Ce 
Mrs Mildred, " 
William, " u 

For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



Kinney Richard R,cor State & Grand, 
" Mrs Mary A, " [poultry 

" Richard R, Jr, " s 

Mrs Susan, 28 N Monroe, w 
" Carl H, " soldier 

" Mrs May, " 
" Alice, s 

Mary A, 

chief clerk S P S 
" Blaine L, 177 W Chicago, navy 
Mrs Azilda, 

Mary Ellen, " s 

" Jack Severn, u 
Kinsman Mrs Dora A, 136 Peckham, w 
Kinter Leo L, 151 N Jefferson, au 
Vera M, " s 

" Vernie, u 
Keitha, 249 Morse, u 
" Mrs Lena, 34 Smith, Pr 
Kitcnel Horace, publisher Reporter, 
res 11 E Chicago 
" Mrs Grace N, 
" Ruth, " s 

Kleindinst Gerald E, fine job print- 
ing, calendars a specialty, 12 
North Monroe; res 150 S Clay 
Mrs Verbia M, 
Klemm Carl H,71 Jackson, meat cutter 

Mrs Lora B, 
Klingler Amon J, 99 E Chicago, mfr 
A J Klingler Printing Co, 16 W Chi; 

S E Brewer, mgr 
Klock George W, organist First 
Baptist Church, teacher of the 
piano, also vocal music; 

residence 137 N Hanchett 
Mrs Jennie M, 
" Maurice R, s 
Kloosterman John,proprColdwater 
Bread Co; res 187 E Pearl 
Mrs Edith, 

Carl F, " s 

Albert G, " s 

" Louis, s 
Gerald H, " s 

KnappAuttie, 144 Walnut 

" Virginia D, 159 Jackson, D 
Edith C, 

Geo W, 223 Church, r 
" Mrs Laura J, " 

Mrs Catherine F, 273 Hull, w 
Mrs Nancy E, 76 N Hanchett,w 



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Knapp Frank E, prosecuting- attor- 
ney; office room 1, Bovee blk; 
residence 133 S Monroe 
Mrs Cora H, " 
" lone E, stenog 
" Edward A, " s 
" Jack, " u 

Knauss Mrs Mildred, 246 N Hudson, L 
" Samuel, 93 Grand, r 
" Mrs Jemima, " 
Knecht Mrs Sarah J, 253 E Pearl, w 
Knepp Henry J, carpenter and 
builder, repair work a spec- 
ialty; res 131 N Jefferson 
" Mrs A dell a C, " 

Mrs Ella A, 27 Green, w 
Knepper John, 63 Church, lab 

Mrs Gertrude, " 
Knowles Vern, 39 Sherman, R 
" Mrs Bertha K, " 
" Louise A, u 
Vern F, " u 

" Herman, u 
Bert F, 61 Sherman, Br 
Mrs Mabel E, " 
" Melvina, u 
" Raymond, u 



Knowlton Mrs Emila S, nurse, S P S 
Kollmorg-en Wm C, 28 Mill, Ce 
Lillian, 

Frederick C, 87 Charles, 
" Mrs Minnie, " [pressman 
Charlotte R, " s 
Frederick W, " s 
" Robert G, u 
LeRoy A, u 
Koon Gerald F, 57 N Monroe, soldier 
Kornstein Joseph, 74 E Alden, tailor 
" Mrs F Vivian, " 
" Harold V, s 
Mary E, " s 

" James R, u 
Kramer Mrs Minnie, 133 E Pearl, 

dressmaker 

" Benjamin, P 
Mrs Flossie, " D 
Krimmel Mrs Lena, 49 Henry, w 
" Margaret E, " u 
Kubusiak Euphrasia, 304 Marshall, s 
KuczaMrs Violettena, 289 S Jefferson 
" Joseph, lab 
Mrs Mildred, " 
Kutchey Mrs Pearl, 248 W Chicago, w 
Elizabeth, s 



Kingsley Pharmacy 

DRUGS f BOOKS 

School Supplies = Phone 190 

OUR FREE DELIVERY IS PROMPT 
AND SATISFACTORY 

D^T'Prescriptions Our Specialty"*^Bjf 

21 WEST CHICAGO STREET 

THE STORE OF STANDARDS 



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Kyser Andrew M, 242 Grand 
" Mrs Nellie, " 

Modestine, 138 Wat, clerk 
" Frank, 126 Wright, junk buyer 
" Anna, 

Wm, " r 



Lafene Benj J, dairyman (Campbell 
& Lafene) N Mich Avenue; 
phone 141-J 
Mrs Elizabeth, 
" Arthur C, " dairyman 

" Benjamin W, s 
" John Paul, s 
" Blanche M, s 
Lake Albert M, 214 Race, engineer 
" Mrs Florence, " 
" Madelene, s 
" Marian C, u 
Mina I, " u 

Paul L, 152 Jackson, Ce 
Mrs Ruth D, 
Laker Mrs Grace B, 176 Walnut 

" Margery, s 
Lalmaugh Cecil D, 152 N Jeff, soldier 
Mrs Irene E, 
" Starr D, u 
Lamb Rose M, 263 N Hudson, dressmkr 
Lampman Claud, 311 S Jeff, Ti 
" Mrs Jessie, " 
" Ralph P, s 
George W, 22 Henry, P 
Mrs Susie, 

Leon, 338 E Washington, lab 
" Mrs Hazel, 
Landis Mrs Delia, 53 E Pearl, w 
" Pearl Marie, s 
" Theodore R, s 
Willis E, " s 

" Marguerite, u 
Lane Mrs D Amanda, 76 Marshall, w 
Fred W, 97 Marshall, 

granite cutter 

Mrs Carrie, " 
Langs Evh L, 51 E Wash, compositor 
Larrabee Samuel O, 293 Hull,carpentr 

Mrs Ella, 

Hazel M, 

Vera E, " s 



Larrabee W infield O, 281 Morse, 

" Mrs Amy, [mason 
Samuel J, " u 

Wayne H, " u 

LattaMrs Rose, 300 W Pearl, w 
Laura John F, blacksmith, 40 South 
Monroe; res 85 Taylor 
" Mrs Frances, " 
Leach Edward, 90 W Pearl 
Leaf Albert E, 148 Perkins, carpenter 
Wm H, 155 E Park Ave, Ry 
Mrs Hazel B, " 
May B, " s 

" Henry, s 
" Margaret L, " u 
Leavy Patrick J, 222 Division, Ry 
Mrs Cora, 
" Florence H, " cashier 
" James P, " s 
Lee Bros, general and builders' hard- 
ware, 38 W Chicago; H F and 
C R Lee 

Lee Herbert F, 253 W Chicago, merchant 
" Mrs Kate F, 

" Bernice Chandler, " u 
" Clarence R, merchant 
Legg Lumber Co, corner Pearl and 
S Monroe; all builders' sup- 
plies^ D Legg, manager 
Legg Edward D, 29 E Pierce, 
" Mrs Nellie L, " [lumberdealer 
Llewellyn E, " soldier 
Legg Dr Frank G, physician, 13 W 
Chicago; res 150 N Hudson 
Mrs Carrie S, 

Arthur E, " soldier 

" Mrs Jessie, 71 W Pearl, clerk, w 
Legg Mrs Chas N, fire insurance; 

phone 494- W; res 106 E Chi 
Legge Henry, boarders and roomers 
by day or week, 33 N Monroe 
Mrs Harriet H, " 
" Ernest H, " machinist 

Leggett Mrs Beatrice, 304 Marshall w 
Lehmann Mary, 160 N Jefferson, s 
" Dorothy, 109 Grand, s 
Leidy John A, 30 E Pierce, r 

Mrs Etta, " 
Leroy Ed, S P S, gardener 
Letts Mrs Jennie, 33 S Hudson 
" James, 110 Clark St 
" Harry, 55 E Washington, lab 
" Mrs Amy, " 



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Leverance Herman, 58i S Monroe, 

lineman 



Lewis Edwin E, 150 Grand, r 

" Helen, 

" Mrs Mary A, 80 Tibbits, w 

" Harry D, " P 

" Carl E, " s 

" Mrs Laura A, 125 Division, w 

" J Howard, 90 Race, P 



" James, 58i S Monroe, lineman 

Libby, McNeill & Libby, packers of 
pure food products; Jay St 
& N Y C Ry ; Chas S Church, 
mgr; Wm Westendarp, asst 
mgr; phone 127 

Libhart Wm W, 152 Church, ins agt 



Mrs Louise L, " 

Lucile M, s 

Gordon L, s 

James C, s 



Lilly Bernard, 124 S Clay, gardener 
" Mrs Joanna, " 
" Martin, 89 S Jefferson, painter 
Mrs Ellen M, 



Lincoln James H, 142 Perkins, teamstr 
Mrs Clara C, 

Louise M, " s 

" Bertha L, s 

Leona B, s 

Hazel G, " s 

" Prances P, u 
Lind Harry H, 179 Marshall, bookpr 

Mrs Lid a W, 
" Harriett A, s 
" J as Spofford, " s 
Linsey Alfred, 36 E Montgomery, r 
" Claud R, soldier 

Neva O, 

Lint Clela, 76 Alden. s 
Lippert Perry J, 78 S Clay, teamster 
Lippincott Mrs Elnora, 28 E Montg, w 
Lipps George P, 159 Hull, r 

Mrs Emerett, 
Little Emerson W, 140 Jackson, P 

Mrs Nettie M, 
Livermore Lloyd L, County School 

Commissioner, res 11 N Jeff 
" Mrs Marguerite, 
" Robert L, u 

Vance E, u 




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Livingston Mrs Lucretia,112 Jackson, w 
Lloyd Chas W, see Service Garage; 

residence 75 Waterman 
Mrs Mary M, 
" Lois A, u 
Lobdell Frederick W, 298 W Chi, c t 
" Mrs Marguerite, " 

Helen M, " s 

" Lawrence P, s 
Locke Geo B, 115 N Hudson, farmer 
Mrs Martha A, " 
" Mildred L, stenog 
" Mrs Margaret, " r 
Lockerby Mrs Elsie, 65 N Jefferson, w 
Lockwood Wm S, 41 Hull, mfr 
Mrs Marie, 
" Marjorie, s 
" Dorothy, s 
Ruth, " s 

Mrs Mary E, 11 Park Place, w 
" Laura B, " office clerk 

" Florence A, " 

Adelbert E, 181 Hull, r 
MrsKathryn B, 

241 S Sprague,w 
Philip B, " u 



CHAS. W. LLOYD 

Automobile 
Repairing 




Oils, Grease, Supplies 

Electrical Work 





s 



u 
u 
u 

dom 



Lockwood Bessie C, 89 S Jefferson, s 
" Grant U,60 W Montg,carpentr 
Mrs Emma F, 
Ethel M, 

Bertha M, " 
" Marguerite P, " 
Mabel L, 

Ruth M, " s 

Logan Wm N, 26 W Montgomery, r 
Long Simeon D, 78 Waterman, r 
Mrs Hannah M, 
Mrs Mary E, 99 Division, w 
Loomis Arthur 'J, 29 Cutter, r 
Mrs Celia, 
" Harvey B, 581 S Monroe, 
" Mrs Delia, " [horse trainer 
" John D, 115 Walnut, clerk 
Mrs Ethel, 

Catherine E, " s 
Robert W, " s 

" Raymond C, " 
" Loraine M, 
" Francis A, " 
Vida, 199 W Pearl, 
J Franklin, 92 Walnut, r 
Mrs Charlotte, 
Loose Daniel M, 190 S Jeff, janitor 
Mrs Nellie R, " 
H Clifford, " s 
Lopez Nicholas, fruits, nuts and con- 
fectionery, cigars and tobac- 
co, 53 W Chicago; res same 
" Mrs Louise, " 

Emilio, " s 

. " Virgil A, " s 
Carl M, u 
Lopez Harry, icecream parlor, whole- 
sale and retail candies and ice 
cream; phone 170, 14 W Chi; 
residence same 
Mrs Vincenza, 

Gigina, s 
Eugenie, s 
Ellen M, " u 

William H, " u 

Lopez Bros, proprs Ideal Ice Cream 
Parlor and Candy Store; 
Peter and Louis Lopez; 19 W 
Chicago, residence same 



99 WEST CHICAGO ST. 



Economy Dry Goods Buying 

At WOODWARD & SONS' 



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Loring 1 Sanford A, machine shop, 
10 S Hudson; res 10 ParkPlace 



Mrs Flora, 

" Maggie M, s 

" Leora, s 

" Marian, 173 Morse, Ho 

Lossing Otis A, 66 Wright, lab 
" Mrs Mary A, " 



Lott Wm A; 102 Church, Co Road Com 
" Mrs Minnie E, " 

Loveridg-e Henry Clarence, attor- 
ney, Old Bank Bldg; resi- 
dence 141 E Chicago 
Mrs Jessie M, " 
Sally M, 
" Horn an L, navy 

Lowell Harriet T, S P S, teacher 

Lucas John R, teamster, contractor 
and building mover, phone 
412-M; residence 115 Hull 
Mrs Mattie E, 

Mildred L, " s 

" Iva M, s 
Lucas Brothers, 95 Morse, groceries, 
meats and notions, also gen- 
eral trucking business; phone 
587-M; J P and W S Lucas 
Lucas Mrs Emma, 137 N Jefferson, w 
" Judson F, grocer 
" Wm S, 79 Hull, grocer 

Mrs Lillian, " 
" Mrs Eliza, 19 Waterman, w 
" George, 112 Cutter, r 
Bert H, 71 Cutter, clerk 



Mrs Edna M, " Pr 

Rolland C, " s 

Frank E, s 

Lawrence C, " s 



Luce Mrs Mary E, 73 Division, w 

" Florence A, " 
Ludlum Mrs Lida, 28 E Washington, w 
Luedders Otto E, State Agent State 
Public School; res 98 E Chi 
Mrs E Lois, 
" Wm Roberts, s 
" Margaret Lois, s 
Ernest H, 220 N Hudson, clerk 
Mrs Mabel W, 



For Good Printing 
See W. C. BAILEY 



JLuedders JErriest D, boots, shoes 
and rubbers, 46 W Chicago; 
residence 146 W Chicago 
Mrs Mary S, 
" George J, " emp p o 

Marie S, 

" Clarence W, " navy 
" Carl S, • soldier 
Lumbard Mrs Helen, 71 S Hudson, w 
Luse Avon, 68 W Washington, c t 
Lutes Samuel M, 195 N Hudson, r 

" Mrs Sabina, 
Lydon Kathryn, 65 Church, milliner 
Lyman Mrs Henrietta, 75 N Hudson, w 
Lynd Floyd E, 378 W Chicago, Ry 



Mrs Bertha M, 

Edgar W, s 

Belva B, s 

Lavern F, u 

Bernard J, u 

Carl, " u 



Lyon Arthur G, druggist ( Dorrance 
Drug Co), 27 W Chicago; 
residence 124 Division 



Mrs Mae, 

" Margaret E, " s 

Arthur G, Jr, " s 

Alice M, " s 

Robert F, u 



In buying Footwear you must depend on 
your dealer — there is no other way. 
This store, 

Established in 1877 

Has fairly earned its reputation for reliable goods 
at right prices. We handle 

The Florsheim Shoe 

FOR MEN 

Queen Quality Shoe 

FOR LADIES 

And many other dependable lines 

E. D. LUEDDERS 

46 West Chicago St. 



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Lyon Frank E, State Mgr Great 
Eastern Health and Accident 
Insurance Co; res 145 N Jeff 
" Mrs Amelia, 
Lytle Lucile, 81 E Montgomery, s 



M 

Macarey Mrs Mary E, 142 Hull, w 
MacCluer Rev Donald, pastor Presby- 
terian Church; res 208 W Chi 
Mrs Sarah C, 
" Jpan E, " s 

Ruth G, " s 

Malcolm C, " u 

Macky Jerome, 45 Henry. r 
" Mrs Emma A B, " 
" Chauncey, 10 S Monroe, r 
Mrs Elizabeth, 
MacQueen Albert D, 21 Liberty, P 
Mrs Mary A, 

A J, " lab 

" Leo E, soldier 
Maderstock James, 140 Wright, lab 



" Mrs Addie, 

Mahaffey Wm J, 14 Mill, Ce 
Mrs Effie A, " 

William H, " s 

" Roll and, " u 

Mai none Kva, 147 Grand, teacher 



Mains Benj W, 62 E Washing-ton, r 
" Mrs Mary A, " 
" Mabel L, " bookkeeper 
Mrs Alice, 61 W Pearl. w 
Makyes Fred J, barber, 26i S Mon- 
roe; residence 16 W Pearl 
Mrs Eva T, 97 S Hudson 
" Theo R, " teleg- messgr 

" Otheman R, " s 
Malarney Jesse W, 114 S Clay, 

" Mrs Mary, " [auto salesman 
MallisonJohn L, 19 Williams, soldier 
Maloney John, 57 Race, Ry 

Mae C, 

" Katherine L, " Ry 
Mann Benj A, 66 N Monroe, fac 

Mrs Orrie, 
Manigold Maurice D,33 N Monroe, fac 
Mannerow John C, 128 Division, r 

" Mrs Minnie, 

" Amanda D, 

" Helen, stenog 
Mrs Barbara, 282 W Pearl, w 
Mannerow Levi C, cabinetmaker; 

hand carving", sawfiling, knife 
and shear sharpening 1 , boat 
building-, 105 W Chi; res same 



In Millinery, you will find that tasty, up-to-date 
touch at WOODWARD & SONS' 



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t/>» «^» vj> vj> «<J> *Jv vjv JJs» vj> *?J> vjv JJ> Jjv j^j 

1 DO YOU KNOW4 

?. . That it requires $32,500.00 at 4/ net interest 

to produce $25.00 per week income? ^ 

That if you are earning $25.00 per week, YOUR t A 
X earning ability or TIME is worth $32,500.00 CASH !T 

| ,„ YOU. _ | 

If YOU have bonds or mortgages, YOU keep them 
locked in a safe place. YOU keep your buildings insured 4^* 
because they produce an income. 

How about YOUR time and earning ability? Have 
YOU capitalized that, so that if you are disabled by sick- 4*^* 
«^ ness or accident, it will continue to pay dividends ? 

4 ^ How many of your friends have been disabled or killed 

4* during the past year? ARE YOU SURE THAT 
^ YOU WILL NOT BE THE NEXT ONE? ^ 

Let us show YOU what only a few cents a day will 
^ do for YOU and YOUR family. It will cost you nothing ^ 
«|tf to learn how to best protect your BEST asset. Address 

| GREAT EASTERN CASUALTY CO. ! 



J* FRANK E. LYON, T 

Ji State Manager, 5^ 

T Phone 396-M COLDWATER, MICHIGAN l[ 



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Mannerow Carl M, propr Quality 
Shoe Shop, 32 E Chicago, mfr 
of boots and shoes, fine repair- 
ing a specialty; res 152 NClay 
Mrs Edith H, 

Carl E, " s 

Max T, " s 

" Mrs Elizabeth, 58 Hooker, w 

Mansell &Kappler, plumbers, steam 
and gas fitters, 23 S Monroe; 
E Mansell, Geo H Kappler 
Mansell Edwin, 58 W Pearl, plumber 

Mrs Mary, 
Manwarren Anson B, 65 Pierson, Ce 
" Mrs Sarah A, 
" Howard D, s 
" Lester L, 8 
Manzer Eli, 296 Hull, scavenger 

Mrs Nellie, 

Hazel M, " s 

Leola, " s 

George, 292 Smith, lab 
Mrs Sarah, 

Willard, " s 

" Dale, 19 Cutter, plumber 

Mrs Dorothy J, " 
" Raymond H, " u 
" Jerry, 99 Cutter, plumber 

Mrs Hazel D, " 
" Elva L, u 
Mapes Mrs Cerindia, 106 Henry, w 
" James M, 292 E Chicago, r 
" Genevieve, 
Marco Grocery, 12 W Chicago, fine 
staple and fancy groceries; 
J F Thompson, mgr 



For DEPENDABLE SHOE REPAIRING 
AT THE RIGHT PRICES 

CALL AT 

The Quality Shoe Shop 

32 East Chicago St. 

CARL M. MANNEROW, 

Proprietor 

This Business was Established 
by C. W Mannerow in 1880 



Markham William E, 24 Munson, lab 
" Mrs Jennie, " 

Mary Maebell, " u 
Dorothy M, " u 
Markley Mrs Tva, 52 W Montg, w 
Vernon, " u 
Orval, 119 Harrison, soldier 
" Vera, 

" Maurice, s 
Wayne, " u 

Markoff Fred, 142 S Jefferson, farmer 
" Mrs Minnie, 

" Beatrice, s 
Marothy John, 197 W Chicago, florist 
Mrs Anna, 
Mary, 

Otto, s 
" Susie, " s 

Daniel, , " u 

" Katrina, u 
" Anna, 74 Grand, cashier 
Marquette Colonel A, wholesale 

buyer of quality eggs and 

poultry, 27 S Hanchett; 

residence 106 E Washington 

Mrs Linnie, 

Oral C, " soldier 

" Mrs Fern, 
Marsh Darwin W, 127 N Fremont, 

granite cuttr 

Mrs Cora M, " 
" Rhea A, " stenog 

Lester M, 234 N Hudson, r 

Mrs Julia A, 
Martin Dr John W, physician; 

phone 428-M; 

office and res 130 N Clay 
" Mrs Eva A, " 

Carl J, 110 N Hudson, 

bank clerk 

Mrs Amy M, " 

Veo L, " s 

" Oscar S, 127 N Clay, minister 

Mrs S Celia, " 
" Spencer J, 34 Morse, soldier 

Mrs Viona E, " 
Mason Almarion F, 107 N Hudson, r 

Wm B, 118 Smith, H 

Mrs Ethel A, " Ho 
" Olive L, s 
" Mrs Anna, " w 



For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



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Mansell & Kappler 

PLUMBERS 

STEAM AND GAS FITTERS 




REPAIRS AND NEW WORK 

They are the oldest and best equipped firm for doing 
good work in their line in the city. 

ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 15, 1865 

Shop and Office located at 23 SOUTH MONROE ST. 
First door north of the Postoffice. 

E. MANSELL G. H. KAPPLER 

PHONE 67 



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Masters E Nelson, dealer in Delco- 

Light products, phone 579; 

residence 20 Harrison 
" Mrs Anna B, " 

Dorothy M, " s 
" George N, s 

Tom O, " u 

Matthews Hattie C, 165 W Pearl 
Matsel Willie J, 107 N Hanchett, s 
Mauer Wm A, 60 W Montgomery, s 
Maxfield Chas T, 25 Waterman, r 

" Mrs Sar ah C, " 
Maxson Dora E, 48 E Wash, teacher 
May Karl A, 152 Walnut, R 

" Mrs Prances, " 
Maynard Mrs MaryA, 59 E Park Ave,w 
McAllister Wm H, 104 Jackson, r 

Mrs Elizabeth, " 
McBride Frederick JE, propr Club 

Billiard Parlor, 66 W Chi; 

residence 155 S Monroe 

Mrs Lulu E, " 
" Chas, s 
McCartney Chas S, 100 Church, r 

Mrs Elma, 



McCarty WmH, 101 E Pierce, drayman 
Mrs Minnie E, " 
Chas W, 140 S Monroe, 

electrician 

McClay Albert, 200 Hull, lab 
McConkey Frank L, undertaker, 76 

W Chicago, phone 790; 

residence 125 Marshall 



Mrs Lulu K, 

Mildred L, " s 

Helen M, " s 

Richard, u 



McConnell Frank E, wool, grain 
and live stock, phone 554- J, 
residence 366 E Chicago 
" Mrs Kate A, 

" MarjorieE, " teacher 

Clifford J, " s 

McCook James, 336 Grand, 

" Mrs Pearl, " [teamster 

Robert, " u 

McCormickMrs Hattie M,90E Alden, Pr 



Economy Dry Goods Buying 

At WOODWARD & SONS' 



F. L. McCONKEY 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR 

76 West Chicago Street 



Day and Night Calls Answered Promptly 

Up to -Date Equipment 
Motor Service - Lady Assistant 

Office Rhone 790=J Residence Phone 790=M 

Picture Frames Made to Order C0LDWATER, MICH. 



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McCort Frank F, propr Wise De- 
partment Store; res 14 Taylor 
Mrs Lotta, 
" Mildred A, " s 

McCort Wm H, dry goods, cloaks, 
suits, furs and millinery, 13 
W Chicago; res 100 Grand; 
Mrs Alice M, 
" Malcolm H, " s 

Yale B, " s 

" Marion Mae, s 
" Wm Robert, " u 

McEgan Frank, 50 Race, C 

Mrs Helen L, " 
McEdarffer Alvin, 156 Jackson, 

" Mrs Nellie, " [carpenter 

" John, 164 Waterman, lab 

Mrs Linnie, 
" Louis, " s 

" Maurice, s 
" Beatrice, s 
Rhea, " s 

Wilbur, " u 

McGinness Levi, 51 Tibbits, engineer 
Mrs Sadie, 
" John W, s 



McGrew Harold H, mason work; 

Kellastone work a specialty; 
residence 65 S Clay 
Mrs Lula, " D 
Leona P, s 
Tobias J, 22 Race, mason 
Mrs Adah M, " 
Wm, 172 Walnut, Ly 
Mrs Bess, " 
McGurk Mary, 102 N Jefferson, agt 

McHale Bernard J wall paper cleaner; 

residence 103 Wright 

Mrs Martha, " 
Mclntyre Mrs Amanda, 24 N Jeff, w 
" Prank, " farmer 

Mrs Lettie J, 

Ray A, " u 

McKenzie Mrs Ellen, 401 Jay, w 
Clyde, " soldier 

Noris L, 195 S Jeff, bookkeepr 
McLane Scott, 67 Hull, horseman 

" Mrs Alice M, " 
McLaughlin Alphonso A, 708 W Chi, r 
" Mrs Minerva D, 127 Harrison 



III! MgCORT'S MEANS DOLLARS Sill 

FOR YOU 

Dollars is what McCort's really means to you ; 
dollars saved, because you can buy here 

Better, More Stylish Millinery, and 
Longer Wearing Garments 

FOR LESS THAN OTHER STORES CHARGE. That is why folks 
call this "the store where you save the difference" 

W. H. McCORT'S 

Coldwater's Leading Dry Goods and Garment Store 



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McMahon David, 153 Hull, P 
Mrs In a, " 

Reta, " s 

McNall Charles J, 113 N Polk, plumber 
Mrs Lueella M, " 
" Elzora A, u 
" A Leo, 132 Church, baker 
Mrs Alta E, " Pr 
" Margaret A, " s 
Ford, 102 N Hanchett, lab 
" Mrs Lena, " 

Calvin, " s 

Alton, " u 

McNaughton & Warner, agents 
Buick autos; Wendell R Mc- 
Naughton, Bert R Warner; 
headquarters Standard Ga- 
rage, phone 164-J 
McNaughton Wendell R, auto dealer; 
residence 27 Hull 
Mrs Ella, 
" Harold P, gov't s 

Avis E, " s 

Archibald L, " s 
" Raymond W, " s 
McNickle Dudley T, 203 N Hudson, agt 
Mrs Kittie MM, " D 
" Walter A, lab 
Leda B, " s 

Bessie L, " D 

L Ruth, " s 

" Howard L, s 
McNitt Wallace W, 161 S Hudson, 

Mrs Addie E, " [clerk 
" Sidney R, 2 Chicago Ave, r 
Mrs Adelaide, 
McVay Emery, 172 Jackson, bank clerk 

Mrs Effie, 
McWaid Mrs Mary, 173 E Chicago 
Harold, 

Mead Thelma, 161 E Park Ave, s 
" Rolene, s 
Enos, " s 

" Harry H, 430 E Chicago, farmer 
Milo, " s 

Cecil, " s 



" Mrs Anna, " 
Lester, 

Melman Jos, 79 Jackson, 
Mrs Anna, 
Joseph, 



soldier 
M 



Mecca Cafe, 60 W Chicago, O 'Shaugh- 

nessy Bros, proprs 
Meese Daniel A, 290 W Pearl, lab 

Mrs Mary E, 
Merling Wiilis A, 230 E Wash, r 

Mrs Bella, 

Ruth, " s 

Merrill Mrs Neil, highgrade pianos, 
24 N Monroe, res same 
David A, 142 S Monroe, r 
" Edwin, machinist 
Mrs Estella, 134 S Monroe, 
nurse 

Merritt Mrs Julia, 241 W Pearl, w 

Daniel, 121 N Hudson, r 

Carl, 208 Grand 

Mrs Flossie, " 
Mertz John, 33 W Washington, H 
Messenger Mary L, 150 S Jefferson 
Mettler M C, S P S, farmer 

Mrs Mary, S P S, cook 
Michalski Laura, 141 E Chicago, dom 
Micklatcher Frank, 28 Sheridan, 

emp Gas Co 

Mrs Pearl, 
" Bernice P, " s 
Helen M, s 
Clara, " s 

" Josephine, " s 
" Martha, u 
" Vinie, " u 

Mickle Mrs Ruth, 162 Perkins, w 
Alonzo W, 161 E Park Ave, 
" Mrs Anna, [lather 
" Vincent, u 
" Idomenious, " r 
Mikolatcher Bernice, 100 Grand, dom 
Milhan Glenn S, sec-treas Hellen- 
berg Co; res 105 S Monroe 
" Mrs Rosamond, " 

Aaron D, " r 

Miller Rev Chas W, pastor Free Meth- 
odist Church, res 145 S Jeff 
Mrs Elsie E, 

Vernon W, " navy 

" Ruby A, " teacher 

" Robert C, s 
" Florence L, s 
" Lewis B, 8 
" Lawrence J, s 

PaulB, " u 

" James H, 56 Jackson, R 

Mrs Kittie M, 



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Miller Mrs Jennie S, 97 Marshall, w 
William H, 69 N Fremont, 
" Mrs Mary M, " [janitor 
Mrs Martha S, 71 W Montg, w 
" John, 73 Grand, lineman 
Corvis C, 27 Perkins, P 
Mrs Mary J, " D 
Mrs Lucretia, 59 W Wash, Pr 
Frank E, 234 Division, Ce 
Mrs Vesta, " P 
Claude O, 111 S Clay, R 
Mrs Frances L, 
Leo J, " s 

" Bernice, 56 E Washington, s 
" Agnise, " 
" Mrs Emma D, 38 N Monroe, w 
Milliman Ray O, 29 S Railroad, 
" Mrs Bernice E, " [soldier 
" Jannette A, " u 
Mills Mrs Emily C, 60 N Monroe, w 
Milnes Supply Co, 54, 56 and 58 W 
Chi, meats, groceries, fruits, 
provisions, bakery, talking 
machines, etc 

Milnes Wm H, 131 N Hanchett, 

merchant 

" Mrs Louise, " 

Wm Alfred, " s 
" Margaret, " s 

Milnes Harrison L, 140 Marshall, 

merchant 

Mrs Bessie E, " 
Edith E, " s 

Mrs Cecelia, 35 N Fremont, w 
" Annie L, clerk 
Grace I, 

Miner Ernest L, County Surveyor, 
phone 151-M; res 55 S Sprague 
Mrs Ina H, 

Helen P, " s 

" Edgar A, 84 E Pierce, carpentr 
Mrs Eunice C, 

Byron M, 115 Morse, lab 
" Edna B, " probate register 
" Leo A, 480 W Chicago, farmer 

Mrs Harriet M, 

WmE, 526 W Chicago, farmer 
" Mrs Florence B, " 

Marjorie B, u 

Baby, " u 

Frank H, 114 Waterman, R 

Mrs Carrie, 
" Mrs Marietta, 138 Walnut, w 



Minniear Willis, 86 N Polk, farmer 
Mrs Ola, 

" Frederick, " s 

Esther Marie, " u 
Joseph R, 133 Wat, soldier 
Minter Wm J, 49 W Montgomery, M 
Mrs Lettie L, 62 Daugherty, 

dressmaker 
Chandler B, " govt s 

Mabel M, " s 

Mitchell Wm, 7 W Chicago, agent 
for Great Ralston and the 
Endicott-Johnson shoes; 
residence 89 S Monroe 
Mrs Lola, " 
William F, " u 
Ethel M, 159 S Jefferson, s 
Everett J, s 
Elizabeth L, s 
James E, 52 Crippen, Ry 
Mrs Viola M, 

Ora R, s 
Ina B, s 
Mix Ira J, 84 N Fremont, foreman C 
Mrs Ida M, " 

Mrs Emma, 90 S Monroe, w 
Model Bakery, 71 W Chicago, baked 
goods of all kinds; Aalbregtse 
Bros, proprs; phone 40 
Mofiitt Edward P, mgr Western 
Union Telegraph office, 15 S 
Monroe; res 143 S Clay 
Mrs Alice A, 

Alvin, 179 Perkins, P 
" Grace, 124 Morse, nurse 
Mohrhardt Mrs Maggie, 53 Hooker, w 
Elmer, " s 

Moiles Ellen L, S P S, dom 
Molby George S, traffic mgr Wm A 
Coombs Milling Co; 
residence 111 S Jefferson 
Mrs Bertha, 
" Janette B, u 
Monroe Adelbert N, brick and ma- 
son work of all kinds prompt- 
ly done; res 151 Liberty 
" Mrs iVudrie L, " 
" George F, s 
" George A, 214 S Jefferson, r 
" Mrs Lovina, " rest room 
Montgomery John B, Supt State 
Public School; residence same 
" Mrs Anne C, State School 



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Moore Frank B, real estate loans, 
7 W Chicago; res 19 E Pierce 
Mrs Laura W, 
Ellen W, 
Gertrude S, 

Evelyn, " teacher 

Whitley B, " navy 

Mrs Sarah M, w 
Lizzie K, S P S, cottage mgr 
Mrs Eleanor C, 188 N Hudson 
William R, " au 

Fred W, 211 W Pearl 
Mrs Anna, 

Mrs Martha A, " w 
Oral B. 93 Taylor 

Mrs Sarah, 
Nina E, 
Florian W, 

Mr&Chloe, 85 W Wash, 
Gwendolyn W, " 
Walton B. 

Barbara M, 30 Morse, 
Mable F, 155 Perkins, 
Moorhouse Gertrude, 130EChi, teacher 
Morehouse John E, 295 S Jefferson, fac 
" Mrs Bessie A, 
" Bessie J, 

Willie E, " baker 

Ettie R, s 
" Grace, s 
Geneva M, s 
Moran tiuth, 255 S Jefferson, D 
Morenzin Charles, 10 Sherman, P 
" Mrs M Frances, " D 
Morey Frank W, 253 E Montgomery, lab 
Mrs Kate, " Ho 

Hazel M, s 
Mrs Win Carey, 55 N Clay 
Franklin C, 389 Grand, 

eng'raver 

" Mrs Minnie E, 
Morford Mrs Phebe, E Chi Road, w 
Morgan John L, groceries, meats, 
dry goods and shoes, 162 S 
Jefferson, phone 182; resi- 
dence 111 S Hudson 
Mrs Mae, " 

Maude, " s 
" A Lloyd, 42 Perkins, clerk 
Mrw Eva N, " 

Mrs Harriet D, 232 W Pearl, w 
Samuel O, 151 E Wash, P 
Mrs Lou isc, 



Morgan Milton F, bicycles, etc 
(Sweet & Morgan), 74 W Chi; 
residence 181 Hull 
Mrs Esta L, " 

Helene V, " g 
" Harold A, " s 
Morris Clarence, mgr Ray's poul- 
try house; res 142 Cutter Ave 
Ethel L, 

Scott, 40 River, lab 
MrsMurley M, " 
" Calvin, P 
Burt, " s 

Gertie B, " s 

W Wright, " s 
Albert S, u 
Ralph W, " u 

Hiram G, 114 S Monroe, Ho 
Clarence R, 186 Hull, P 
Mrs Pauline, " 
" Lucile, u 
Morsman John, manager S M 
Telephone Co, res 30 W Pierce 
Mrs Eva D, 

Mary D, u 
Mosher James D, 139 Church, bookpr 
" Mrs Martha na E, " 

Edwin H, " P 

Roberta M, s 
" Laverne D, 20 Charles, 

emp Treat's 

Mrs Maude E, " 
Cecile W, " s 

Mildred M, " s 
Richard G, " u 
" George D, Ce 
Mott Edward H, 33 N Hanchett, 

chauffeur 

" Howard, soldier 
Mrs Hattie, 198 E Wash, w 
" Grace, 
Moulton Or Geo H, physician and 
surgeon ; special attention 
given to diseases of the nose 
and throat, 50 W Chicago, 
res same; phone 609 
Mower Mrs Jennie, 24 S Hanchett, w 
William, 134 S Monroe, s 
Moylan Jerry, 147 Jackson, r 
Mary, 
" Julia, " 

Jerry. Jr, " carpentr 



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(it % 

xHORE 
BIG TASTE 
COFFEE 

USED IN COLDWATER 
THAN ANY OTHER 



50 



ROASTED FRESH DAILY 

And Sold Only by 

THE MIUS SUPPLY GO. 



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Mudgett Mrs Effie P, 55 W Pearl, w 
Mundy Wm E, 109 N Polk, teamster 

Mrs Elsie E, 
Munger Marvin C, 311 Marshall, r 
Murphey Ella E, 35 E Pierce 
Murphy Mrs Nellie, 160 Division 
Murray Samuel F, 17 Hull, postman 
Mrs Mary L, " 
" Mariette, teacher 
" Margaret P, " s 
Musselman Mrs Pearl, W Garfield Ave, 
phone op, w 

" Herbert, 
Clyde D, 
" Elmore, 256 Division, 

Mrs Jessie E, " 
" Elmore Leon, " 
Musselwbite Mrs Lois E, 88 E Chi 
Musser Howard H, 142 Jackson, 
I " Mrs Mildred E, 
" Loy M, 
" Oma L, 
Rolene E, 
Arlo T, 

Meyers Albert F, 249 Hull, 

Mrs S Blanche, " 
" George J, second hand store, 

21 S Monroe; res 78 S Clay 
," Mrs Fredriega M, " 
Myers Nelson J , auto livery; phones: 

340-M Stag Cafe; res 632-M; 

residence 73 N Polk 

Mrs Maude C, " 

Wm R, 63 Walnut, lab 

" Mrs Elizabeth, " 

Mrs Mae, 110 Clark Street, w 

Mrs Mary, S P S, housekeeper 

Mrs Cora E, 71 S Clay, w 

Dorothy E, " s 
" Herman, 48 Division, L 

Muriel, S P S, teacher 



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Nachbau^rMrs Coral, 139E ParkAve,w 
Charles B, " Ry 

Ruth M, " stenog 

Nagle John G. 66 W Pear], P 
Mrs Katherine F, " D 
Kathaleen E, 



Nash Claude L<, County Argicultural 
agent; office phone 91, res 
phone 522-R; res 252 E Pearl 
Mrs Cherie M, 

Eleanor L, s 
Edward H, s 
" H Louis, u 
Mrs Angie L, 227 N Hudson, 
photographer, w 
Neisius Kurt H, 44 Pelton, Ry 
Mrs Dora L, 

Alice L, " s 

Arthur L, " u 

Nelson Ernest, 192 Henry, soldier 
Newberry Mrs Fannie E, 124 Marshall, w 
" Bernice, 73 Division, teacher 
Newman Chester A, photographer, 
20 S Monroe; 36 years' exper- 
ience; residence 74 Peckham 
Mrs Effie, 

Paul A, " s 

Newton Ida, 145 S Monroe, teacher 
" Dora, " clerk 
Nichols Chas T, painter and paper 
hanger, phone 304- J; 
residence 124 Charles 
Mrs Jennie, " 

Margaret I, " s 
Garnet L, " s 
Merriam, " s 
Henry W, 175 E Wash, paintr 
MrsHattie A, " 
Mrs Victoria, 207 W Chi, w 
Mrs Harriet A, 56 Morse, w 
Herschel D, 38 Tibbits, mason 
Mrs Emma L, " 
Byron J, 67 Tibbits, P 
Mrs Katie A, " dressmaker 
Frances L, " s 
Howard E, " s 
Garry W, 37 Tibbits, R 
Mrs Jessie E, " 
Harold W, " u 
Hart E, 122 Perkins, machinist 
Mrs Belle, 

George D, soldier 
Walla H, soldier 
Mrs Delia, 
Nickels Mrs Wealthy, 71 Waterman, w 
Nicholson Mrs Harriet D, Worm- 
woodOintment, fine underwear 
and hosiery; 35 N Jeff, w 



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Nivison Mrs Kathryn, 64 E Pearl, w 
William E, 185 N Clay, r 
Minnie A, 
" Ara B, milliner 
" Mrs Mary 0, 85 Cutter, nurse, w 
Nixon Thos J, 104 S Monroe, r 
Mrs Amelia E, " 
" Jennie, 47 Daugherty 
Noblit George, 25 N Monroe, Ce 
Nodell Jacob, 16 Elm, cigarmaker 
Mrs Fannie B," 
" Louis C, E Chicago Road, 
" Mrs Rue L, [farmer 
Noel Jesse G, 36 Hull, stenog 
Norris Fred G, 38 Perkins, R 

" Mrs Emma J, " 
Norton S Joe, printer, 93 W Chicago; 
residence 87 Church 
Mrs Alma, 

Don W, " s 

Mrs Mary A, 121 S Jeff, w 
" Charles, 40 W Park Ave, r 
" Alonzo, 22 Jay, lab 
" Henry, 112 E Washington, lab 
" Mrs Grace, 161 Morse, Pr 



Nowaskie Joseph B,128 Waterman, Ce 
Mrs Lillian L, 

Grace P, " s 

Eleanor L, " u 

Noyes Mrs Emma E, 34 N Hanchett, w 

Nulf Floyd, 177 Grand, meat cutter 
Mrs Verva V, " 
Edith, " u 

Nye Wm, 299 Marshall, r 
Mrs Delia C, " 

Nyssen Mrs Nellie J, Franco- 
American toilet goods, ex- 
tracts, Wormwood Ointment, 
rubber aprons; phone 644-R; 
residence 33 N Polk 
William H, " soldier 

o 

Oberlin Mrs Mattie, 102 Perkins, w 
" Harry, soldier 
O'Brien Benj, 33 N Hanchett, Ly 
Odell Mrs Anna, 74 Cutter, w 
Ralph, 88 N Sprague 
Mrs Alice M. " 



M. W. OLDS 



B. S. JOHNSON 




We have one of the most complete 
lines of Gents' Furnishings, and a 
carefully selected line of snappy 

Clothcraft Suits for Young Men 

with a large assortment, in Stouts 
and Regulars, for men. 

Suitcases, Traveling Bags, Trunks, 
and the home of The Gimbel Hat, 
the acme of style and service. 



We are in business for YOUR satisfaction, both in quality, style and 
service — please remember that. 

OLDS & JOHNSON, " The Real Me "' s Store " 



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Odren John D, 12 Peckham, agt Am 
Ry Express Co 
Mrs Ada, 

Odren LaVern, 236 W Chicago, soldier 
Milo N, 160 W Pearl fac 

" Mrs Jennie A, " 

" Earle J, 58 N Clay, baker 
Mrs Winifred, 

Richard L, " u 

Mrs Amelia, 33 N Jefferson 
O'Keefe Charles, 160 Waterman, Ce 
Mrs May, 

Okeneske Frank, 55 Sherman, teamster 



Mrs Minnie M, " 

John S, " s 

Martha L, " s 

Harry L, u 



Olds & Johnson, clothing-, gents' 
furnishings, hats, caps, trunks 
bags, suitcases: M W Olds, 
B S Johnson, 52 W Chicago 

Olds Mortimer W, 292 WChi, merchant 
Mrs Mary E, 

Max, " s 

dinger Oliver, 38 N Polk, painter 



Olmstead Li H, mfr (Sanitary Ice 
Cream Co), 16 N Monroe; 
residence 173 Church 
Mrs Dora E, " 
L D, " s 

Mrs Welthia A, 159 S Monroe 
Mrs Tillie, 113 Division, D 

Olmstead Leroy, 231 Morse, r 
" Claude A, 265 Division, 
" Mrs Emma R, " [feed mill 
" Maude A, " bookkeeper 
" Rolene M, s 

Olmsted Fred L, storage warehouse, 
goods crated for shipment, 22 
S Clay, phone 536- J; 
residence 28 S Clay 
Mrs Lena I, " 

Olmsted Geo E, groceries, provi- 
sions, canned goods, cigars 
and tobacco; 67 W Chicago, 
phone 18; res 121 N Hanchett 
Mrs Nina, 

Glenn G, " s 

Silas W, 21 Charles, lab 
Mrs Angie L, 
" Morris N, 101 W Chicago, lab 



■ 

THE ORANCEVILLE ROLLER MILLS 

Better Known Locally as 

THE HODUNK MILLS 

Are Makers of the Unsurpassed 

DEEDS COG Flour > Graham 
rLLnLLUU * Buckwheat 

WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 
. SELF-RISING BUCKWHEAT 

0213 - Phone Us Your Orders - 0213 

CUSTOM GRINDING A SPECIALTY 

BARNHART, ANSTERBURG & SON, Proprs 



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Olmsted Ensign, 67 S Monroe, 

electrician 

" Mrs Anna, " 

Kenneth, " s 
Ruth, " s 

Mrs Mary A, 52 Cutter, 

dressmaker 

" Mrs Lole J, 28 Henry, w 
" Hettie I, " linotypist 

" Marion M, " s 
Orangeville Roller Mills, located 
at Hodunk, northwest of city; 
mfrs of Peerless flour, buck- 
wheat and graham; Barnhart, 
Ansterburg- & Son, proprs; 
phone 0213 
Orban Henry E, propr People's 

Store, 68 W Chi, res same 
O'Mara Mrs Ida B, 66 N Polk, w 
Mrs Lillian, 21 Henry, 

musician, w 
" Ralph, lineman 
Osborn Frank, 105 N Fremont, 

" Mrs Myrtle, " [salesman 
Wm A, " s 
Mrs Catherine, 77 W Wash,w 



Osborn Clarence R, photographer, 
42 E Chicago; res 180 E Pearl 
" Mrs Nellie S, propr Princess 
Dress Shop, 20 Division; 
res 180 E Pearl 
Phillis R, " s 
Neil J, " s 
Thomas S, 115 E Pearl, agt 
Mrs Lucinda, " 
Viva L, teacher 
Zelotes G, 143 Division, r 
Mrs Mary L, " 
Willis H, " postal clerk 
Mrs Cora L, 

Z Kenneth, " navy 
Osborn & Tupper, agricultural im- 
plements, silos, gasoline en- 
gines, carriages, wagons, 
harnesses, etc; 107-109 W Chi; 
J H Osborn, S E Tupper; 
phone 87 

Osborn Jay H, agricultural imple- 
ments, etc; ( Osborn & Tupper) 
107-109 W Chicago; 

residence 31 Morse 
Mrs Sadie B, 

Osborne Mrs Elizabeth, 149 N Clay, w 



OSBORN & TUPPER 

MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

Nappanee Wood Stave 
Silos 

ALSO THE 

NATCO TII.K SILOS 

A FULL LINE OF 

WAGONS. HARNESSES AND FARM IMPLEMENTS 

PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT 
Phone 87 107-109 West Chicago Street, C0LDWATER 




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O'Shauglinessy Bros, 60 W Chicago, 
mfrs of celebrated JLP and 
Dan Boone cigars; P A and 
J S O'Shaughnessy; Mecca 
cafe and billiard parlor 
O'Shaughnessy John, 76 Harrison, mfr 
Patrick A, 147 Taylor, mfr 
" Mrs Jennie S, 

Mildred I, " s 

R Lytton, " s 

Osmun Mrs Mary K, 155 Perkins, w 
Ostrom Mrs Eliza P, 29 W Pierce, w 
" Maynard A, 86 Wat, clerk 
" Mrs Alice A, " dressmaker 
Arnold R, " soldier 

Lois E, " s 

Otey Mrs Virginia E, 97 Coombs Ave 
Otis Albert, grocer, 46 W Park Ave; 
residence same 
Mrs Isabel, " 
" Margaret, s 
Munson L, 65 Green, Ti 
Mrs Stella C, 
" George J, s 
Nellie M, " s 

" Raymond J, s 
Louise R, " s 

Catherine B, s 
" , Gertrude L, " u 

Esther, " u 

Ott August, 92 Hooker, plumber 
Mrs Bertha, " 
" Christine, " stenog 
Outwater Perry, 694 W Chicago, Sc 
Mrs Ruth, 

Ralph, " s 

Earl H, " u 

Overton Vernon D, 16 Green, soldier 

Oxenham Robert, care of offices, 
etc; res 45 Pier son 
Mrs Rosetta M, " 



When you have in mind Rugs, 
Carpets, Linoleums, or any 
Floor Covering, 
First see Woodward & Sons 



Paddock Wm M, lunch counter and 
billiard hall, 10 S Monroe, 
short orders a specialty; 

res 58i S Monroe 
" Mrs Amanda M, " 
" Alverto M, clerk 

Mrs Effie M, 
" Loren M, 24 S Polk, teamster 
Mrs Sarah, 
Palace Cafe, 6 S Monroe, Geo W 
Payne, propr, phone 38; seeadv 
Palen Vida L, S P S, cottage mgr 
Palmatier Mrs Sarah A, 163 Perkins, w 
Palmer Palmer & Palmer, attor- 
neys, 39 W Chicago; EE,LR 
and H H Palmer 
Palmer Elmer E, 218 E Chicago, lawyer 
Mrs Florence A, 
Harold H, " soldier 

" Jaquelin, 
Palmer LeKoy K, postmaster, 

residence 186 E Chicago 
Mrs Lulu, " 
" Jeanette, s 
Elsie M, " s 

Pangburn Edw F, 109 N Jeff, promoter 

Mrs Charlotte S, " 
Paradine Blaine, 165 Wat, engineer 
Mrs Minnie M, " 
" James C, u 



"ON TIME'S OUR MOTTO 
I AND "FAIR PLAY- 
|TH ATS HOW WE MAKE THE 
BUSINESSP&Y, 




Coldwater Plumbing Co.'s 
Little Plumber 

Phone 35 14 South Monroe St. 



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Paradine Geo,18Clark Ave, contractor 
Mrs Nina, 

Gladys, " s 

" Thelma, s 
Parke Edrue E, 212 E Pearl, farmer 

Mrs Susan H, " 
Parker Harold M, propr Coldwater 
Dye Works, 66 S Monroe; see 
adv, pagfe 7; 

residence 66 S Monroe 
Mrs Flora L, 

Daniel G, 90 W Pearl, r 
" Mrs Vina, " dressmaker 

Edith, 17 Hull, emp Gas Co 

Mrs Charlotte, 270 W Pearl, w 

Ruth L, " P 

" Lor is M, s 

Alaric L, W Garfield Ave,Ry 

Mrs Norah E, 

Harry W, 182 Marshall, 

postal clerk 

Mrs Linnie S, " 

" Esther A, teacher 
Harriet W, s 
Mrs Caroline A, 97 W Pearl, w 

" George H, 73 Grand, aviator 



Parker John J; master mechanic Ce; 
residence 56 Church 
Mrs Jessie E, " 
John C, " s 

Mrs Elizabeth, 93 S Clay, D 
Edward, 33 N Monroe, lab 
Mrs Eliza, 223 S Jefferson, w 
Fred, " soldier 

Edward N, " Ly 

C Henry, 132 Perkins, lab 
Mrs Mary J, " 
Parkhurst Mrs Emma, 384 N Hudson, w 
Parkinson StephenL, 195 Grand, paintr 
Mrs Eva A, 

Roy, 117 Jackson, farmer 
Mrs Maud, " 

Mildred, " s 
Kenneth, " s 

Parrish & Co, 50 W Chicago, watch- 
makers, jewelers and engrav- 
ers, S A Parrish, FCFulkerson 

Parrish Starr A, 17 Peckham, jeweler 
Mrs Nellie K, 

Bernice Audra, " s 



GEORGE WANTS TO SEE YOU 



AT THE 



PALACE CAFE 

No. 6 SOUTH MONROE ST. 



TAKE YOUR SUNDAY DINNER HERE 

SHORT ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 

When you have that hungry feeling, we ALWAYS* want to see you 
Phone 38 GEO. W. PAYNE, Prop'r 



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Parrish C Sherman, 20 Cutter, Ly 
Mrs Kittie I, " 
" Hartzel R, " stenog 

A Glenn, " s 

Calvin D, 160 Walnut, r 

Parks Lester, 33 N Monroe, lab 

Parshall Edwin, 27 Munson, lab 

" Willard A, 38 Conover, lab 
Mrs Alice L, 

Maude, " D 

" Clarence, s 

Stella, " s 

" Elizabeth, s 

Clifford, " s 

T Albert, " s 

" James, u 

Dorothy M, u 

Henry, 96 Wright, lab 
" Mrs Josephine, " 
Parsons Mrs Lucy M, 21 EPark Ave, w 

Marcellus, 

William W, 176 Walnut, lab 
" Mrs Anna, 

Ethel, " s 
" Mrs Louie, 161 Morse, 

dressmaker 



Parsons Mrs Louise, 73 Division, 

music teacher 
Patch Freeman, 595 W Chicago, farmer 
" Mrs Angeline, " 
" Eugene, 20 Green, H 
Mrs Melissa, " 
Patterson Dr Richard B, dentist, 
19 W Chicago; res 73 Grand; 
phones, office 115, res 727-W 
Paul Mrs Lillian, 131 Harrison 
Paulding Bert, 105 Henry, cigarmaker 
Pa uletti Mrs Orsola, 158 Grand, w 
Payne Jesse D, mfr of J D P, Silk 
Tie, Commercial Club, Mich- 
igan, Jitney and other fine 
brands of cigar s, 1 W Chicago 
residence 19 Grand 
" Mrs Ludavine, " 
Payne Geo W, ptopr Palace Cafe, 
6 S Monroe, res same 
Mrs Jessie E, " 
Cecil C, s 
" Maurice D, s 
" Margaret, s 
" Bernice, 332 E Chicago, s 
" Samuel, 19 Race, Ce 



It is a pleasure to buy from the Largest and 
Finest Stock of CROCKERY, FINE 
CHINA AND GLASSWARE 

In Branch County, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. You will find it at 

C. B. Pennoek's Novelty Store 

11 CHICAGO STREET, COLDWATER 



HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES, TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. 
Endless bargains at 5 and 10 cents. Delicious Pure Candies 
at low prices. Sole Agency Century Sheet Music, 10c per copy. 
2,000 TITLES. ASK FOR A CATALOGUE 



II- Get the Number - 1 1 



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INTERIOR VIEW OF "PELKIE'S EATS"— J. E. PELKIE, PROPRIETOR 

In All Its Appointments the Finest TJp to Date Restaurant 
in Southern Michigan 



Pearce Cigar Store, 31 W Chicago, 
sign of the Soldier Boy; mfrs 
fine brands cigars, dealers in 
smokers' goods 
Pearce Mrs Nettie E, 63 N Hudson, w 
PeaveyGuy W, 6 Chicago Ave, painter 
Mrs Mabel, 

Harold W, " s 

Ruth L, " u 

Julius B, 297 Cutter, r 
" Mrs Rosa, 

Claude R, soldier 
Charles, " P 

Sadie, " s 

Pelkie J E, propr Pelkie's Eats, 37 
W Chicago, everything new, 
neat, modern; phone 173; 

res 40 W Chicago 

Mrs Blanch, 
Pellett Wayne C, 64 N Hudson, clerk 
Mrs Sail a, 



Wormwood Ointment, Best on Earth 



Pelling Frank J, 285 W Pearl, painter 
Mrs Edna J, " 

" Harlen R, " navy 

Lulu B, " clerk 

Ferris M, " s 

" Laurence E, " s 

Florence B, " s 

Pelton Ross, 191 W Pearl, clerk 
" Mrs Cora, " music teacher 

" Howard D, " s 



Nina E, 55 N Hanchett, clerk 
Peimock C B, china and glassware, 

novelties, toys, household 

utensils, etc, 11 W Chicago; 

residence same 
People's Store, 68 W Chicago, dry 

goods, clothing and shoes; 

H E Orban, propr 
Peppiatt Claud, 33 Abbott, au 
" Mrs Minnie B, " 

Mildred M, " s 

Mabel K, " s 



For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



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Perk Win H, 91 Hooker, cigarmaker 
Mrs Rosa M, " 
Arlene, " 



stenog 
Ti 

Stokes 



William C, " 
Ralph H, 86 Hooker, 
Mrs Agnes, 

Ralph E, " u 

Mary L, u 
Leo C, 264 W Pearl, lab 
Mrs Hazel K, " 
Beryl H, " s 

Lysle C, " u 

Perrin Ethel L, 26 Waterman, clerk 
" Mrs Alice M, 86 Clarke Ave, 
dressmaker, w 
Perry Lewis E, agt Watkins' Reme- 
dies; phone 541-J, see adv; 
residence 126 N Jefferson 
Mrs Carrie E, 
" Lulu M, " teacher 

Donald, 54 E Chicago, soldier 
Perry J B & Co, 72 W Chicago, 
flour and feed, hay and straw; 
phone 206 
Perry Joseph B, 24 Morse, merchant 
Mrs Libbie E, " 
" MrsAnnetta, 99 E Wash, w 
Peters Mrs Mary, 19 Cutter, w 
Peterson Dr Lloyd, veterinarian, 28 
N Hanchett; reslOlNHanchett 
Mrs Jessie M, 
Charles H, 65 S Hudson, 
Mrs Rose G, " [p o clerk 
" Genevieve R, " s 
" Victor, s 

SAVE DOCTOR BILLS! 

By keeping in the house a few of the 
tried and efficient 

WATKINS REMEDIES 

Sold by about 3,000 bonded salesmen and 
used by millions of satisfied customers 
in the United States and Canada 

EVERYTHING GUARANTEED 
TO GIVE SATISFACTION 

For full particulars about the Extracts, Spices 
and Toilet Articles, ask 

L. E. PERRY 



126 North Jefferson St. 



Phone No. 541-J 



Petch Mrs Frances, 279 Marshall, w 
William, " lab 

" Maud, " seamstress 

" Lei ah, " s 

Pfirrman Mrs Lilliah, 226 Division, w 
" Cornelius, soldier 
Phelps Dr Norman E, dentist, 
Clarke Building-, office phone 
133- W, res phone 726-J; 
residence 58 N Hudson 
Mrs Charlotte E, " 
Dorothy J, " s 

" Norman E, u 
" Mrs May Sumner, 123 Walnut 
Phibbs Thos W, 94 Pierson, cigarmakr 
Philbrick Clarence, 215 N Fremont, 

mason 

Herbert J, " s 
Gertrude G, 190 N Fremont, s 
Phillips Ralph C, 28 N Hudson, 

emp Gas Co 

Mrs Blanch B, " 
" Herbert W, u 
Phinney Bernice, 225 E Pearl, teacher 
Ralph D, 63 E Pierce, c t 
Mrs Eva M, 

Dorothy A, " s 
" George L, s 
Willis E, 244 E Pearl, c t 
Mrs Ella M, 

Mrs MillieB, 123 N Jeff, w 
Pickhaver Lionel G, 58 N Clay, baker 
Pierce Arthur H, new and second 
hand goods, 8 W Chicago; 
equipped with power machin- 
ery for furniture making and 
repairing; res 76 N Hanchett 
Mrs Susie, 

G Otis, 224 E Chicago 
Mrs Bessie I, " 
Charles, 25 N Fremont, r 
Mrs Lucinda, 

Harold E, " postman 

Mrs Sarah Lucile, " 
Virginia, u 



William, 

Mrs Lula, 

Ledger, 

Zolvy, 

Katie, 

Marie, 

Russell, 



57 Hatch, 



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VIEW ON EAST CHICAGO STREET 



J. B. PERRY & CO. 

FLOUR and FEED 

Garden and Field Seeds 

Union Grains and Unicorn Dairy Feeds 

POULTRY FEEDS 
Blatchford's GALF MEAL Raises Calves 
Without Milk 



PHONE 206 



72 West Chicago Street, Coldwater 



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Pierce George R, Oldsmobile and 
Dodge Bros autos; phone 762; 
residence 25 Grand 
" Mrs Minnie, " 
" Onnolee, s 
Dorothy L, " u 
" Marjorie Rae, " u 
" Leonard R, 15 W Pearl, soldier 
Pierce Lewis E, 191 Henry, r 
Mrs Lucy A, 
" Anna L. " bookkeeper 

Mrs Stella M, 81 Marshall, w 
Pitcher Chas L, cigar store, 175 S Mon- 
roe; res 176 Jackson 
Mrs Minnie E, " 
" John, 437 W Chicago, r 

Mrs Maggie J, " 
" Garri^ A, 26 N C]ay, painter 
Mrs Ella T, 
Hah R, 141 Wright, 

emp Gas Co 
Clara B, 151 Marshall 
" George W, " lab 
Pixley Arthur, 84 E Alden, Ho 
" Mrs Mabel, " 

Gladys, " s 
" Elmer L, 49 Race, Ry 
" Mrs M Anna, " 

Clifford A, " P 
Leo L, " s 

'" Goldie M, u 
Pollock & Son, coal, lumber and 
general building materials; 
112-136 W Chicago 
Pollock Chas A, 163 Marshall, 

lumber dealer 

Mrs Ethelyn, " 
" Rosamond J, " s 
Winifred L, " s 
Mrs Sarah J, 50 N Clay, w 
" Christie, S P S, teacher 
Pomaranka Fred, 33 N Hanuhett, Ly 
" Mrs Anna, 30 Con over, w 
" Carl J, Ce 
Porter Mrs Martha, 164 E Pearl, w 
Post Frank I, 67 E Pierce," chemist 
MrsLura M, " 
Dorothy M, " s 
" Margaret H, " u 
" Ebenezer, 142 Morse, r 



In Millinery, you will find that tasty, up-to-date 
touch at WOODWARD & SONS' 



S Sprague, 

[teamster 
s 
s 

s 



Potter Arthur E, 121 
Mrs Bessie V 
Edith V, 
Roy E, 
DeWayne, 
Helen M, 

Elton M, u 
Mrs Estella, 146 Waterman, w 
Chester H, 116 N Hudson, Ho 
Powell Vivian, 19 Waterman, s 
Pratt Manufacturing Co, mfrs of 
children's sleds and shoo flies, 
168-176 Division; pres and 
treas, A J Pratt; vice pres, 
C A Pollock; sec, Jas R Elliott 
Pratt Allen J, 90 Division, mfr 
Mrs Belle W, " 
Dorothy, 

Pray William E, 43 Daugherty, c t 
" Mrs Mary, 

" Dorothy, actress 
Prestidge Bert, 19 Clarke Ave, lab 
Kent, 122 Elm, lab 
" Mrs Jessie, " 

Bessie, " s 

Louis, " s 

" Robert, u 
" Richard, u 
Preston Win W, contractor and 
builder; phone 320-M; 

residence 179 N Hudson 
Mrs Eva, 

Louise C, " s 

Ellen M, " s 

" Richard A, s 
Mrs Rhoda P, 151 Elm, w 
Robert N, 265 N Hudson, 

painter 

Mrs Cora M, " clerk 
Mary E, " s 

" Alice, " s 

" E E, 217 Race, cigarmaker 
" Mrs Florence, " 
" Edward, navy 
" George, soldier 
Price Wesley F, 27 E Park Ave, lab 
Priest Dessie L, S P S, bookkeeper 
Princess Dress Shop, Farmers' Mu- 
tual Building, women's and 
children's ready - to - wear 
dresses; Mrs Nellie Osborn, 

propr 



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Eight Cylinder 
_ Touring Car 

Qhe Safe and Saving Cartobvy 



A Great Economy Feature— Two-Phase 
Power* The remarkable two-phase power 
feature of the 58 H. P. motor means saving. 
In the first power phase, you travel at any moderate 
pace, one or two to twenty miles an hour on a lean 
mixture, conserving fuel— taking you quickly and 
easily about town, through traffic, up hill and down. 
And then, when speed and power are needed (second 
phase), step on the accelerator and go! 




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GEO. R. PIERCE, 

6 West Chicago Street, 

OFFICE PHONE - 762 COLDWATER, MICH. 

RESIDENCE PHONE 635-J 



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t>tmii TVffY** Oct spp Dptrnit "PHn- 


Randall Mabel, S P S, attendant 




n 


Mrs Stella, 271 S Jefferson 




» 


Rosa, " s 


V* r\ f\ lr r~k t 1 


" 


Floyd H, 15 Pelton, salesman 






Mrs Juno A, " 


Pny»rl \7 T?MQnl/ A j fiyQ moat* on ft" r» 
±\Xl\iy F l diLliX A, OcJJ. VJJ I d I J U , HJotl u oU LUt?L 




Harold H, " s 


» Mr« Anna " 


» 


Pauline B, " s 






John E, 14 S Monroe, Br 


" Frorl 4-97 flranH t,Pflm«t,pr 




Mrs Lela, " D 


" A^ra A or no « A " 
1VJ.IH r\^iit;a xi| 




Rolene G, " s 


Jrure rooQ specially ^o, see r -Hj Daii- 




Howard E, " s 


nott 
IJctu 


» 


Hazen C, 105 S Monroe, Ly 


Putnam Wiley, 125 Cutter, r 


»» 


A R, 257 E Washington, Ry 


Mrs Julia, 




Mrs Gulah, 


Mrs Rachel, 225 W Pearl, w 




Clare C, " u 




Randolph Mrs Harriet E, 71 E Pearl, 






teacher, w 






Janet E, s 




Mrs Lemoin F, 74 N Fremont 


Quackenbush Ira, 108 b Jeff, carpenter 


Ransford Mrs Lettie, 98 Morse, 


Mrs orace ±Li, 




phone op, w 


Hiana i\, u 




Lucile L, " bookkeeper 


" r^o/-» A 1 (i e ) TP nT QC! U Hnnov> 

ijeo a, 100 rj vv asn, tinner 




Lawrence A, " s 


" A/Tr-a IVTot-tio T " 

ivirs iNeiiie 1j, 


Ransom Alverado B, 169 Perkins, r 


Quimby Evert J, 270 S Jefferson, 




Mrs Ann E, 


auto livery 


Rapp Charles M, 97 Hooker, H 


ivirs iviae, i^o jacKson, u 




Mrs Marie, " 


riarry, oi in jt oik, emp ireat s 




Marie M, P 


Mrs Sarah, " 




Annie, " wood packer 


Edwin N, E Garfield Ave, lab 




Herman, soldier 


" Mrs Jessie E J, 76 Wright 




Catherine, H 


" Veva M, s 




Carl H, 255 S Jefferson, H 




Mrs Catherine, 






Carl M, " u 


tv 


Rasler Vincent, 99 Division, soldier 




Frank, soldier 


Rabien Ross, 148 S Hudson, Ti 




Martin, soldier 


1VJ.I a IN 1U d, 


Rattray Robert, salesman Milnes 


Radebaugh Cloyce A, 180 N Hudson, Ho 




Supply Co, res 94 Henry 


Mrs Mabel L, " 




E Elspeth, " bookpr 


Arthur C, " s 




Razella R, s 
Robert M, s 
Frances H, s 


Mrs Mary M, 339 Marshall, w 




Ragan Samuel M, 86 Wright, soldier 




Mrs Eliza. 195 S Jeff, nurse. w 


Ralph Albert D, 22 Sheridan, teamster 


Rathbun Fernando. W Garfield Ave. 


" Mrs Ada A, " 




Mrs Sarah, " [farmer 


T-J a 1 titon lVIry Tiiii*pr\a TV/I 1 Kfi Rsirricnn w 

J_ v Cb 1 O Vj\9 LI i.VJ.10 X-J L4 1 ClJcl IV 1 ^ 1 UU JL-l <* I 1 1 oUI I , W 




Bert N, " farmer 


" Mnbpl M " s 




Mrs Lettie M, 


ivj. y i let j_> , 




Irving N, u 


Milo J, " s 




Robert J, u 


" Mearle C, s 


Rawson Albern, 24 N Clay, Bx 


Melvin E, " s 




Mrs Charlotte, 143 N Hudson, w 






Paul, 

wire chief S M phone Co 


For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 





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STANDS EVERY TEST 

Icy water, thrown on the baking-hot KELLASTONE 
walls when the First Congregational Church of Newton, 
Iowa, was gutted by fire, could not produce a crack or check. 

WHAT CHANCE HAVE SUN AND RAIN ? 

KELLASTONE will add distinction to your home and 
cut paint and fuel bills as long as the building stands. 
Let us figure the cost for you. 



LUMBER 
SHINGLES 
WINDOWS-DOORS^ 

WALL BOARD 
LIME-CEMENT 
BRICK-TILE 
KELLASTONE 
SILOS 



GOODS WE 
HAVE 
■THAT YOU MAY: 

HAVE 
WHEN YOU 
HAVE 
TO HAVE THEM 



ALL THE 
BEST IN COALS- 
DIXIE GEM 
PEERLESS POCAHONTASl 
ECONOMY LUMP 

SCRANTON. 
.YELLOW WAGON 
SERVICE 



S. POLLOCK AND SON 

§ -^J LUMBER AND COAL ^ I 



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9 

? WHERE ? 

ME THE 

HEADQUARTERS 

For Booths, 
Stationery, 
Wall Paper 

You Know the Answer: 

REED'S 
Book Shop 



Edison Phonographs and Victrolas 
Sold on Easy Payments 

AGENCY FOR STANDARD PATTERNS 



STREET 18 



Ray Edward F, shipper of fancy 
poultry, rear 17 W Chicago; 
residence 88 Marshall 
Mrs Alice L, 
Raymond Arnold H,60 Munson, mason 
Mrs Mary, " 
Mrs Josie B, 48 Henry 
Mrs Susannah, 53 Henry, w 
Geo A, 17 Elizabeth, mason 
Mrs Nellie J, 

Harlow G, " Ho 

Mrs Helen, 

Phylis M, " u 

Harlow H, " u 

Wm H, 37 Abbott, mason 
Mrs Rebecca A, " 
Louis H, soldier 
Wm Elmer, 37 Elizabeth, Ho 
Mrs Iva J, Ho 
Floyd E, " s 

Harold E, " s 

George, 282 Marshall, r 
Mrs Emma, " 
Razey Earl E, 33 N Hanchett, M 
Re Herman P, magazine and news- 
paper subscription agency, 9 
S Monroe; res 158 Grand 
Mrs Stella D, 
" Louis J, 

" Marguerite S, s 
" Alice I, u 
Redick Mrs Amanda, 69 Elm, w 
Redmond John E, 40 Williams, lab 
Mrs Gertrude V, " 
Daniel H, " s 

E Mills, " s 

Thomas W, s 
Clyde E, " s 

" Merle, u 
Reed Fred J, books, stationery, wall 
paper, picture framing, etc, 
18 W Chi; res 213 N Hudson 
Mrs Carrie F, 

Mrs M Ann a, 237 W Chicago, w 
Geo H, 261 W Chicago, r 
Mrs Leiza, 

Vinna, " Ho 

Rose, " Ho 

Walter H, 57 Hull, c t 
Mrs Olivia W, 



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! W Wash, clerk 
Division, janitor 
Bx 
r 

104 N Clay, r 



Regal Gasoline Engine Co, 45-51 W 
Pearl; pres and general mgr, 
A E Robinson; vice pres, H 
D Robinson; sec-treas, P H 
Robinson . 
Relyea Mrs Cora E, 313 Marshall, w 
Nellie M, " Ho 

Reva G, " Ho 

Velma M, " s 

Remil Lizzie, 90 Jackson, clerk 
Reporter, Daily and Weekly, job 
printing in connection; 9-11 S 
Hanchett: established 1896, 
Horace Kitchel, propr 
Reynolds Norman A, 40E Pierce, lawyer 
Mrs Emorette A, 
Charles E, 57 Munson, r 
Wm H, 6* 
Mrs Ella G 
Geo L, 136 
Hattie B, 
Harry J, 
Teresa B, 
Joseph W, 
Rhodes Thos W, 

Mrs Mary E, " 
Rice Mrs Alice B, 333 Marshall, w 
" Arthur C, s 
Mrs Cora B, 273 Hull, w 
Richards Charles H, power vacuum 
cleaning, thorough work; 
residence N Michigan Ave 
" Mrs Jessie A, " 
" Forrest C, gov't s 

" Leona F, s 
" James, 87 Bennett, Ry 
" Mrs Lora, " 
Richings Mrs Elizabeth, 56 N Jeff, w 
Rickards Mattie, 30 E Pierce, clerk 
Arthur R, 185 Henry, M 
" Rolene, 
Ricketson Mrs Ellen G, 264 W Pearl 
Ridge Dr Ralph W, physician and 
surgeon, Gas Co Bidg; spe- 
cialist in diseases of the eye, 
ear, nose and throat; 

residence 33 Morse 
" Mrs Frances, 

Ralph W, Jr, " u 

Riggs Lottie M, 111 Morse, dressmaker 
Riley Mrs Helen A, 170 S Clay, w 
Ripley Mattie, 165 Hull 



96 Jackson, R 

L 

s 



Ritter Arthur, 43 Race, soldier 

Mrs Ruth, " 
Roach William J, 

Mrs Mary D 
" Vernon J, 
Martin J, 
" Leo D, s 
Roberts Wm J, mfr Sunflower cholera 
cure, 8 S Monroe; res same 
" Mrs Louisa, " 
Robinson Arthur E, 73 N Monroe, mfr 
Mrs Anna L, " 
Philip H, " soldier 

Harold A, " aviator 

Laura A, " teacher 

Herbert D, mfr 
Rev Jesse C, 23 Hull, r 
Mrs Eleanor, 21 W Wash, w 
Clinton, 114 Perkins, lab 
Mrs Ethel, 
Roby Norman E, drugs, books, sta- 
tionery, paints, oils, wall pa- 
per, 40-42 W Chi; res 145 E Chi 
Mrs Florence A, 
Lynn B, " s 

" Margaret, s 
Rodebaugh Ananias, 64 Hooker, 

" Mrs Evoline, " [oarpentr 

" Leon Glenn, " soldier 

Rogers Dale P, 59 S Jefferson, R 
Mrs Mary M, " phone op 
Wilbur S, W Garfield Ave, 
" Mrs Mary E, " [farmer 

Grace E, " 
Rogers Don H, poultry, vegetables 
and fruit, E Garfield Ave 
Mrs Lulu, 
" Gwendolyn, •" u 
Rolph Mrs Augusta, 270 W Chicago, w 
Roode Mrs Nellie M, 54 E Pearl, w 
Root Mrs Alice S, 176 W Chicago, w 
Flora E, 

" Arthur E, 22 S Polk, vulcanizer 
" Mrs Margaret, " 
Rosbi-ugh Philip, 60 S Monroe, 

Mrs Anna, " [bottling works 
Rose Mrs Sarah (aged 94), 

61 W Pearl, w 
" Mrs Harriet A, 95NHanchett,w 
Fannie B, stenog 
Warren D, EChi Road, farmer 
" Mrs Clara I, " 



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Rose Lester E, President Southern 
Michigan National Bank; 

residence 65 Division 
" Bertha, " artist 

Edith L, 

Mrs Ina, 107 Church, w 
" Frederick S, " actor 
" Margaret A, " milliner 
Rosecrants C C, 146 Harrison, lab 

Mrs Maude, " 
Rosenbrook Clarence, 195 Perkins, lab 
" Mrs Ad die, 

Clifford. " u 

Ross Charles, merchant tailor and 
importer of woolens, also la- 
dies' tailoring-, 35 W Chicago; 
residence 28 N Jefferson 
Mrs Lucy, 
Kathleen A, 
" Lawrence W, " navy 
Alice E, " s 

Clark, " s 

Rowley Joel L, W State St, farmer 
Mrs Jennie, " 
" Murrel, 161 N Jefferson, lab 
Rubley David, 225 Division, farmer 
Mrs Emma, " 



Rudcl Frank M, pres and genl mgr 
Wolverine Portland Cement 
Co, 5 N Monroe, res Bronson 



Ruff Samuel, 63 Elm, 
Mrs Anna, " 



r 

weaver 



Rnger Mrs Sarah, 103 Morse, w 
Rupright Wm E, 141 E Pearl, 

Mrs Etta M, " [decorator 
" Paul N, soldier 
" Maurice E, painter 
" Rodney S, s 
" Esther O, s 
" Eleanor G, s 
" Marion L, s 
Russell Mrs Edith, 138 Walnut, agt 
" Florence Ina, s 
Morton T, 100 E Alden, 

drain contractor 
" Mrs Evalee, " , 
" Irene, s 
Jesse H, 108 S Clay, 

drain contractor 

Mrs Etta M, " 

Fern E, " s 
" Ernest J, " s 



THE SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
NATIONAL BANK 



CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS 

$400,000.00 

^\Q/n ' nterest P a 'd on Certificates 

I^J i^J And Savings Deposits 

DIRECTORS 

M. D. Campbell, M. G. Clarke, L. E. ROSE, President. 

R. E. Clarke, J. R Branch, ^ § upsoN Q ^ 

A. o. Upson, L.. L». Luce, 

L. E. Rose C. E. FAAS, Ass't Cashier. 



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Russell Mrs Bessie E, 59 Jackson, w 


Rzepka, Julia, W Garfield Ave, s 


Bessie, " s 


" Teresa, " u 


" Nelson, 173 Jackson, r 


Nellie, " u 


Mrs Margaret C, " 


" John, u 


" William, 115 Harrison 


VJ CLJVVlCVCj n 


Mrs Ella, " 


~\A7"l 1 1 \ n m " li 
V V 1 1 1 1 Cb ill, {X 


Ruthrauff T H Benton, 157 Church 




carpenter 




Mrs Kate C, " Pr 


s 


" Beneita stenog- 




Ivan G, " s 


Sackett James H, carpenter and 


Ryan Dr Edward W, dentist and op- 


builder, estimates furnished on 


tometrist, 21 N Polk 


short notice; res 67 S Sprague 


Mrs Lona M, " 


Mrs Ella V, 


Earl, 131 Morse, clerk 


Sager Wm B, 103 N Clay, Ry 


" Mrs Dora, 


Mrs Lydia A, " D 


" Beatrice, s 


Helen M, " s 


" Robert, s 


Howard B, " s 


" Marie, " s 


Paul J, " s 


Bernard B, " u 


" Mrs Blanch, 100 E Alden, Pr 


Ryder Frances, 84 N Hanchett, r 


Sands David, 54 S Monroe, horseman 


" Reo, stenog 


Mrs Addie, 22 N Polk, w 


Philena, " s 


Sandt Peter A, plumbing and heat- 


Jacob H, 169 Henry, lab 


ing contractor, 30 S Monroe; 


Rzepka Andrew, W Garfield Ave, Ly 


residence 24 S Hanchett 


" Mrs Mary, " 


Mrs Bertha, 


" Antoinette, s 


" Pauline, " bookkeeper 



Sanitary Plumbing 
Steam and Hot 

Water Heating 

A Large Stock of Plumbing Fixtures 
Always On Hand 

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED 

30 SOUTH MONROE STREET 

48 Phone Number 48 



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Sanf'ord David E, better known as 
"Shorty," the barber, resi- 
dence and shop 70 S Monroe 
Mrs Margaret, 

Walter C, 86 W Washington, 
" Mrs Anna J, " [jitney 
" Mrs Emma R, 160 Jackson, w 

Lewis A, 85 Walnut, M 
" Mrs Lolue, 

" REmelme, " stenog 
Marshall D, " s 
Mrs Lucy M, 182 Marshall, w 
Mrs Hattie, 283 N Hudson, w 
Carl C, " s 

Ina, " Ho 

Sanderson Robert, 242 W Pearl, r 
" Sarah, grocer 
" Florence, grocer 
Sanitary Ice Cream Co, wholesale 
mfrs ice cream, 16 N Monroe; 
phone 72; L H Olmstead, phone 
630-M; W R Brown, phone 
307-W 

Sargent Mrs Ada, 77 E Pierce, w 
Sattison Clyde M, 64 Cutter, auto livery 
Saulsbury Buell, 90 S Monroe, Ry 
Saunders Harry R, cashier Cold- 
water National Bank; 

residence 91 E Chicago 
Mrs Elizabeth, 

Allen, " u 

R Milton, 17 N Jefferson, r 

" Mrs Sarah M, " 

" Henry K, 24 N Fremont, janitor 
MrsAddie M, 
Sawdey W Frank, 74i W Chicago, 
tinner; all kinds of metal, 
furnace and roofing work, steel 
ceilings, etc; res 56 Cutter 
Mrs Lillie D, 
Sawyer Mrs Susan, 100 W Pearl, D, w 
Scaggs Albert C, 204 Henry, M 
Mrs Matilda A, 

" Lawrence A, " Stokes 

Myrtle B, " s 

Virgil L, " s 

Reta A, " s 

Schaeffer Glenn, 200 W Pearl, R 

" Mrs Laura, 

Rolene, " u 

Get Rubber Stamps at Bailey's Printing Office 



Scheidler L C, 204 N Clay, painter 
" Maude, Bx 
" Roland G, 34NPolk, teamster 
" Mrs Minnie, " 

Rollin N, " s 

" Russell G, " s 

" Mrs Frances A, 67 Charles, w 
" Ed son B, " linotypist 

" Berth alee, s 
SchmedlenWmH, 23-25 N Hanchett, 
mfr carriages, road carts and 
sulkies; auto painting and 
trimming a specialty; 

residence 57 N Monroe 
Mrs M Belle, 

H Ehrle, 183 E Pearl, mfr 
Mrs Lou, 

" Mary Adelaide, s 
Henry Ethrle, Jr, " u 
Schmidt Carl, 24 N Clay, emp Gas Co 

Mrs Flora, " 
Schraw Mrs Rose, 166 N Fremont, w 

Mrs Dora, 
Schrontz Cyrenus B, 114 *S Jeff, clerk 
Mrs Hattie, 
" Melvin I, s 
Schubel Henry W, 111 N Hanchett, Ry 
" Mrs Katharine, " 
" Oliver, s 
" Merl, s 
Schultz Dr Samuel, physician and 
surgeon, 16 W Chicago; phone 
583; residence 18 Hull 
" Mrs Anne, 

" Gretchen, s 
Richard B, s 
" George S, " u 

" Mrs Carrie, 101 N Fremont, w 

Schumaker Roy, 110 Morse, machinist 
Bernetta, 
" Zoa, s 
" Ronald, u 
" Louise A, u 

Schumacher John, 68 Elm, r 
" Mrs Rosetta, " 

Schwartz Gustav, 110 Waterman, Ce 
Mrs Bertha C, 
" Amanda B, s 
" Mrs Amelia, 67 Hooker, w 



For Best Linoleums see Woodward & Sons 



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THE REPORTER 



DAILY AND WEEKLY 



Enters 5,800 Homes in Branch and Surrounding Counties 
Guarantees more than Twice the Circulation of all the other papers in Branch County 
Has a Machinery Equipment Equal to Cities of 25,000 



Only 

Daily Newspaper 
Published 
In Coldwater 
and 

Branch County 




Covers 
Coldwater 
and 

Branch County 

like the 
Morning Dew 



HORACE KITCHEL, Publisher and Proprietor 




DUPLEX WEB PRESS 

Capacity, 5,000 Reporters an Hour 



TWO LINOTYPES 
Which Set All Type by Machinery 



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Saints' Church; 
Daugherty 

soldier 
Pr 



teacher 
teacher 
440 E Chi, w 
s 



Scott Wm W, 74 N Fremont, painter 
Mrs Rilla J, " 
Edwin W, 87 Grand, c t 
Ruth M, " s 

Mrs Minnie A, 106 N Hud son, w 
Elder S W Leonard, pastor 
Latter Day 
residence 75 
Mrs Mae L, 
Harold L, 
Grace L, 
E Kenneth, 
" Hermon B, 
Ellen L, 
Dorothea L, 
" Margaret J, 
Mable A, 
Scripter Minnie, 75 Church, 
Seachrist John F, 180 E Wash, 
Mrs Ida M, 
" ' Florence I, 
Mildred G, 
Sealock Mrs Mabel F 
Chrystal R, 
Anna M, s 
Seaman Juanita O, 34 Morse, s 
Sears Edgar E, 69 N Jefferson, janitor 
" Mrs Esther A, " 

Charles H, " lab 

Seely Annie R, 145 Hull 
Seelye M O, 32 Abbott, chemist Ce 
Mrs Marguerite, " 
Katherine L, " u 
Harold M, " u 

Seiler John, 101 N Polk, r 
Mrs Augusta, " 
" John B, " telegraph op 

Anthony F. 155 Walnut, Ly 
Mrs Eva Mae, 
Seils Christian J, 809 W Chicago, c t 

Mrs Luella Burton, " 
Selby Wallace J, 210 Marshall 
Mrs Esther L, " 
Harry V, 136 S Clay, M 
Mrs Rhoda B, " 
" Carmen E, s 
• " Mary C, s 
Semmelroth Melissa, 54 E Pearl, teacher 
Seneison Verna, S P S, teacher 
Service Garage, 99 W Chicago, C W 
Lloyd, propr; auto repairing 
and supplies 



Shand Peter H, 63 Race, Ry 

Mrs Anna, " 
Shannon Jerry, 63 Elm, R 
Sharp Frank G, Supt of the Poor, 
office at court house; resi- 
dence 390 E Chicago 
Mrs Ida, 

Mrs Jane, 39 Cutter 
Fern E, 251 Cutter, machinist 
Mrs Mary T, " 
Sharpe Alfred A, 252 Division, 

emp Treat's 
Mrs Bertha M, " P 
Hazel C, " D 

Lyllas I, " s 

Sharts Park, 94 E Pearl, painter 
Shattuck Roy J, undertaker, 5 S 
Monroe; residence 18 N Jeff 
" Mrs Brownie, 
" Kathryn L, s 
" Marguerite E, s 
Phyllis M, " s 

Shaw William E, 310 Grand, r 
Mrs Mae, 

Shay Mrs May, 249 Division, w 
" JuneE, s 

Anna B, s 
Sheets John K, 194 Perkins, lab 

Mrs Helen, 

Mrs Cora B, 44 W Montg, 

clerk, w 

Lela M, " Pr 

" Clisten, navy 
Milton J, 195 Hull, r 
" Mrs Mary J, " 
Sheldon Kirk, 54 N Polk, r 

" Mrs Louise, " 
Shenefield Charles, 52 Green, teamster 
Mrs Cora A, 
" Rollan A, govt s 

ShenemanMrs Margaret, 235 W Chi,w 
Sherburn Owen G, 306 W Chi, farmer 
Mrs Rose B, 
" Jeddie B, " soldier 

Sherman Albert A, 122 Harrison, r 
Mrs Mary L, 

William B, 67 Peckham, Ry 

Mrs Katie L, 
" John W, s 
" Charles W, u 
" Lewis, 59 S Sprague, farmer 

Mrs Lida M, 



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MASONIC TEMPLE 



ROY J. SHATTUCK, Undertaking 



No. 5 South Monroe Street 




Auto or Livery Service at Your Command 

Everything Up to Date. Calls Answered at All Hours 

LADY ASSISTANT WHEN DESIRED 

Business Phone, 262-J ; Night and Sunday Calls, 262-W 



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Sherman Jay, 113 Waterman, R 
" Mrs Myrtle, " 
Rilla, 253 E Pearl 
Mrs Mary C, 174 N Clay, w 
" Mrs Ad aline, 420 Grand, w 
Sena, 138 E Pearl 
Helen M, 253 E Pearl, s 
Gladys A, 242 Grand, Ho 
Sherwood Chas A, shoe repairing, 
57 W Chi: res 26 S Fremont 
" Mrs Emma G, 
" Irvin R, 111 Division, Ly 
Mrs Mildred C, 
Mrs Harriette, S P S, 

cottage mgr 
Shipe Mrs Nona, 13 W Alden 
Shipman Mrs Mary P, 62 Division, w 
Shoemaker Randall N, 471 Marshall 

" Mrs Mary, " 
Showalter & Son, contractors and 
mfrs of drilled wells; Wm and 
Don W Showalter 
Showalter Don W, 227 Church, 

Mrs Nellie M, " [contractor 
Earl, 171 S Clay, Ti 
Mrs Emma P, " 
Shulander Alfred A, auto repairing, 
Ford Service Station, 22-24 E 
Chicago; phones 94-M, 603-W 
residence 160 N Jefferson 
" Mrs Florence D, " Pr 
Clifford W, " s 
" Raymond A, s 
Shultz Loren E, 15 W Pearl, Ry 
Mrs Esta I. 
" Kenneth, u 
Sidler Mrs Dora, 127 Peckham 
Sikorski Helen, 96 E Alden, P 
Silbaugh Mabel L, 33 Church 
Simmons Mrs Grace, 20 S Sprague, w 
Simons W H, asst cashier Coldwater 
Nat'l Bank; res 30 Morse 
" Mrs Mary J, " w 

Ethel G, " nurse 

Simms James, 34 N Fremont, baker 
Mrs Nellie, 

Edward, " u 

Simpson Mrs Lucy D, 375 W Chi, w 
Minnie D, " s 

John W, " s 

Charles C, " s 
Sinclair Mrs Belle, 95 S Jefferson, w 



Sitter Frank J, 108 Harrison, r 
" Lena, dom 
Skeels Mrs Ella, 18 W Washington, w 
Skinner Mrs Marinda, 235 E Wash, w 
Sloman & Gruner, clothing, gents' 
furnishings and hats, 24 W 
Chi; HL Sloman, S W Gruner 
Sloman Louis, 21 Church, . r 
Mrs Minnie I, 
" Margaret, s 
Mrs Ruth Clark, " w 
Sloman Herbert L, 68 S Sprague, 

merchant 

Mrs Mildred H, " 
Smalley Wm J, 48 Division, r 

Mrs Ida G, 
Smallshaw John C, Supt Wolver- 
ine Portland Cement Co; resi- 
dence 109 Jackson 
Mrs Frances E, " 
" Jane L, teacher 
John M, " s 

Hellen F, " office clerk 

Smiley Mrs Nora, 229 E Washington 
Charles, " soldier 

Ruby, " s 

Smith Myron F, drayman (Baker 
& Smith) phone 317-M; 

residence 102 S Jefferson 
Mrs Clara E, 
" Wilson W, mgr Western Re- 
serve Condensed Milk Co; 
residence 54 Hooker 
" Mrs Frances J, " 

Allen W, " u 

Russell, " u 

Alice V, " u 

" Robert G, u 
Mrs Hannah, 33 W Wash, 

roomers 

Mabel, " D 

" Margaret, 55 Pierson, stenog 
" Fred A, 27 E Pearl, aviator 
" Will A, 241 S Sprague, farmer 
" Mrs Lovina A, " 

Paul F, 14 S Clay, fire dept 

Mrs Jessie, 160 E Wash, Pr,w 
" Vesta, s 

Rolland, 63 W Montg, s 
" Maggie, Rose Street 

Phebe, 27 Charles 

Wm J H, 76 E Alden, lab 
" Mrs Arlene, 



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Smith Charles, 212 Cutter, agt 

Mrs Lucretia M, " 
Lester R, " soldier 

Grant L, 156 Cutter, 
Mrs Mary E, " [empReporter 
Erma R, " s 
Sarah L, " s 
Harland G, " s 
Mrs Sarah A, " w 
Mrs Anna, 118 Grand, 

seamstress, w 
Mrs Caroline L; 90 S Monroe, w 
Mrs Ella B, 60 E Chicago, w 
Mrs Moses, 59 E Pierce, w 
Mrs Mary A, 70 Church, w 
Chas H, 320 Jay, dairyman 
Mrs Ethel, 

Ila, " s 

Marian, s 
Roll and, u 
Mrs Belle, " w 
Mrs J Aurie, 78 Smith, nurse, w 
Gladis M, " 
Chas S, 97 E Pearl, carpenter 
Mrs Hattie L, " 
Charles, 137 S Clay, s 



Smith Timothy E, 36 Hull, postman 
Mrs Sarah M, 

Leon Dewey, " navv 
Verlia R, " 's 

Willard C, 104 WChi, painter 
Mrs Mary E, 23 E Alden 
Harriet H, " teacher 

Samuel F, 7 Orchard, r 
Mrs Eveline, 
Mrs Nina C, 73 Grand 
Neil, 61 Charles, Ly 
Mrs Ola, 

Leila V, " s 
Duane, 53 W Montg, 
Mrs Julia, 



soldier 
clerk 
farmer 



Chas, 409 Grand, 
Mrs Leota, 

Mabel, s 
Marion, u 
John C, ' u 
Glen A, u 
Alice N, 275 W Chicago, s 
Albert, 419 W Chi, farmer 
Mrs Mary, 
Rena, 

Abram L, 87 Marshall, farmer 
Mrs Evelyn E, " 
Evelyn Myra, " 



I want to repair your shoes 
I guarantee satisfaction 

C. A. SHERWOOD 
Henning & Wicker Basement 

57 West Chicago St. 

Coldwater, Mich. 



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Smithpeter Gus, 71Sherman, 36 Preston , 
" Mrs Fannie, " [meat cutter 

Smoker Stephen, 21 Lilly, teamster 
Mrs Rose. 
" Elma, " s 

Smullen J Agnes, 193 Morse, retoucher 
" Myrtle M, " s 
" Maude M, " s 
" James B, s 
" Margretta, " stenog 

Snodgrass Chas G, 17 N Fremont, clerk 
Mrs Eva, 

Gladys, " D 

Hazel, " D 

" Arlene, s 
Snider David, 32 Perkins, Ti 
Snyder Geo L, propr Home Bakery, 

44 E Chicago; finest baked 

goods of every kind: phone 

160; residence 25 S Hudson 

Mrs Bessie E, 
" Richard V, s 

James K, " u 

" Kathryne Rose, " u 

Henry, 201 N Clay 
" Leona, teacher 
Snyder Harvey B, milk dealer; 

phone 27 6- J; res 221 N Clay 

Mrs L Belle, 

Howard K, " soldier 

" Ruth E, " teacher 

Mrs Ednah, 116 N Hudson, w 
David, 311 S Jefferson, Ti 
Soldatt Joseph, 80 E Montgomery, Ho 

Mrs Annie, 
Sonnaman Mrs Rose, 59 Pierson, w 
Sorter Mrs Margaret, 23 Elizabeth, w 
" Mrs Harriet C, 115 W Pearl, w 
Sours Chas, 155 Cutter, farmer 
" Mrs Susanna, " 
" Russel, s 
Fred, " s 

" Carlot, s 
Wilber E, " u 
Southern Michigan Garage, facing 
court house, E A Bidelman, 
propr; auto storage, general 
repairs and accessories; 
phone 725 



For Good Printing 
See W. C.BAILEY 



Southern Michigan Nat'l Bank, 

corner Chicago and Monroe, 
L E Rose, president; M G 
Clarke, vice pres; A S Upson, 
cashier; CEFaas, asst cashier 

Southern Michigan Telephone Co, 

23 N Monroe; A C Himebaugh, 
pres; R L Himebaugh, genl 
supt; E R Clizbe, secy; John 
Morsman, local mgr 

Southern Michigan Grocer Co, 

17-19 N Hanchett, Frank M 
Gamby, mgr; phone 562 
Southworth John B, 44 Henry, au 
Mrs Ada L, 

Floyd E, 188 N Hudson, farmer 
Sparks Edgar, 69Pelton, cistern cleaner 
Mrs Emma C," 

Ruth E, " D 

Spade Clark, 254 Division, Ly 

" Mrs Lorena, " 
Spaulding Chas A, 30 Harrison, 

traveling salesman John V 

Farwell Company of Chicago 
Speaker Daniel B, 27 Church, agt 

Mrs Ida, 

" Fred B, aviator 
Frank E, 196 N Hudson, 

" Mrs Jennie, " [stock buyer 
Clifford C, " s 
Ervin, 72 E Pearl, r 

" Mrs Ida, 

" Jesse, soldier 
Spears Baldwin, 191 Hull, actor 
" Mrs Mabel, " actress 
Spencer Charles W, 22 S Clay, clerk 
Spofford Byron S, pres Branch Co 
Savings Bank; res 92 Grand 
Mrs Elizabeth G, 
Ellatheda, " s 

" Christopher S, " soldier 

" Mrs Marguerite, 

Spooner Wm T, 25 Whitten, teamster 
Mrs Sarah F, " 
" Dale A, farmer 
Sprague Sophia, 324 E Chicago 

" Herbert Max, 406 E Chicago 
Mrs Martha E, 169 Hull, w 
Sprague John, 68 N Hanchett, farmer 
" Mrs Sarah J, " L 
" Omer, lab 
Squires Evalyn F, 125 Harrison, teacher 
Anna B, 



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9 



i 



1=1 



USE THE TELEPHONE 



With the Telephone in your home, you are only one 
Telephone removed from the Doctor, Veterinary, Neigh- 
bors, and the Stores where you do business. It is a 
guarantee of protection from every kind of harm. 

The cost of Telephone Service is within the means 
of almost everybody; and it always saves, either in money 
or in service, more than the price paid. 

UNIVERSAL 
Long Distance Service 
To All Points 

JOHN MOBSMAN. Local Manager 

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
TELEPHONE 
COMPANY 




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Staffeldt Fred A, 74 E Wash, lab 
" Mrs Mary, " 

Freda M, " s 
Carl F, 136 Henry, M 
Mrs Nettie E, 

George W, s 
Earl C, " s 

" Beatrice I, s 
Esther C, " s 

William A, u 

Stafford Mrs Etta L, 123 Morse 

RuthC, " s 

" Thomas D, soldier 

Stag" Cafe, 51 W Chicago, short or- 
ders for gents only; billiards 
in connection, Jacob L Bitz, 
propr; phone 340-M 

Stahl Mrs Ola, 267 N Hudson, Ho, w 
" Henry, 30 Charles, r 

Stahlnecker John, 334 Marshall, r 
" Mrs Jennie C, " 

Standard Garage, 29-35 E Chicago, 
auto storage, repairs and 
supplies; phone 164- J; T H 
Ball, propr 

Stansell Win T, 43 Pelton, City Clerk 
" Mrs Jessie M, " 

Harry T, " au 

" Mrs Leonora A, " w 
A LaVerne, 12 Taylor, 
Mrs Leila B, " [p o clerk 

Stansell Irving L, agt for FS Webster 
Multi-Kopy Carbon Paper and 
Star Brand Typewriter Rib- 
bons; notary & stenographic 
work; at F E Knapp's office, 
phone 432; res 43 Pelton 

Starr Georgiana L, 176 Marshall 

Starrett Lena, S P S, cottage mgr 

Stauder W H, 346 N Hudson,farmer 
MrsMarillaM, " 
George D, u 

St Clair George W, 64 Jackson, Ly 
MrsLuella, 
" Mabel K, " bookkeeper 

Edith C, " cashier 

John N, 63 S Jefferson, clerk 
Mrs Hazel I, " 
Kathryn Edith, " u 

Steele Selden, 28 Williams, teamster- 
Mrs Matilda, " 
" Kathren, s 



teacher 
soldier 
s 
s 

clerk 

soldier 
farmer 
p o clerk 

u 

s 



Steffaniak James, 161 Walnut, miller 
" Mrs Agnes, " 
Rose C, 
John D, 
Paul J, 
Helen D, 
Steffey Jay, 124 N Clay, 
Mrs Lottie, " 
Clifford, 
Maurice, " 
L Dean, 152 Morse, 
Mrs Iva F, 
Hope Aileen, " 
Stellwell Lora, 26 Mill, 
Steenman Henry W, 309 N Hudson, Ho 
Mrs Anna E, " Ho 

Helen M, s 
" Norene M, u 
Stepper John G, 142 Grand, r 
" Charles, day clerk Arlington 
Sterling Eugene, 21 W Alden, Ly 

Mrs Alma E, " 
Stetler Adrian A, carpenter and 
builder; res 304 E Wash 
Mrs Mary A, 
" Raymond A, 319 N Hudson, u 
Stevens Wm A, rural mail carrier; 
residence 44 N Fremont 
" Mrs Agnes M, " 

William D, " s 

" Donald A, s 
" Horace, 132 Elm, lab 
Joseph J, 46 E Pearl, lab 
Mrs Nora, 
Steward F A, 106 Perkins, porter 

Mrs Hazel, 
Stewart Dr Fred W, physician, 
over Kingsley 's Pharmacy, 
phone 188; res 295 Marshall 
Mrs Minnie, 
" Roscoe F, " soldier 

" Beatrice, 

Ernest R, 35 Wright, 
Mrs Birdie, 
Harry, 
" Lawrence R, 
" George, 39 Perkins 

Mrs Sophronia, 
Ralph, 95 E Wash, 
Mrs Roxie, 
Stickle George H, 234 E Pearl, H 
Mrs Anna, " D 



s 

lab 



s 

lab 



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Stillman Julia H, 92 W Chicago, cook 
Stinson Mrs Mary, 90 N Polk, w 

Stockdale Mrs Jennie, 154 Harrison, w 
" Benjamin, W State St,farmer 
Mrs Mary J, 

Bert E, 184 S Clay, Ry 
" Mrs Marion E, " 
" Wayne C, s 
Stokes Mfg- Co, mfrs wood novelties, 
340-342 W Chicago; C J Car- 
lisle, propr 
Stokes Mrs Anna M, 159 Jackson, w 
Prank, 101 Walnut, r 
" Mrs Anna S, " 
" Chas Prank, " u 
" Kathryn A, u 
Stone Mrs Louisa, 116 S Hudson, w 
Mrs Eva, 310 W Pearl, Li 
Storr Ralph S, 322 W Pearl, au 
Mrs Florence C, " 
Henry S, " s 

Floyd J, " s 

Lloyd J, " u 

Ellis C, " u 

Stoughton Mrs Mary C, 127 Morse, w 



Stout Scott B, 60 Morse, auto painter 
Mrs Agnes O," 
Nellie J, 103 E Pearl 

Stowe Delia, 53 S Hudson, D 



Lutie L, D 

Roy, 78 Charles, au 
Mrs Frances," 

Donald. " s 

Edna, u 

Royal, " u 



Stowell Mrs Grace, 17 N Polk, D 
Straehly Jennie E, 134 S Clay 
Straight Henry E, 147 Church, solicitor 
Mrs Sarah B, 

Robert G, " s 

" Mary I, " s 

" Sidney F, s 
" Agnes L, s 

Margery E, u 
Straw Benjamin E, 70 W Alden, 

Mrs Ella M, " [carpenter 
" Lillian E, " bank clerk 

" Garry L, 79 Tibbits, Con 

Mrs Martha M, " 
" Clayton L, u 
" Florence M, u 



LUNCHES 

CANDIES - CIGARS - TOBACCO 
SOFT DRINKS 




duality First — Best Service 

FIRST DOOR WEST OF VENETIAN THEATRE 

Phone 632-M or 340-M ^ • ^ • B I T Z 
For Taxi Service PROPRIETOR 



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Strickland Jerome, 204 N Hudson, r 
Strobec Mrs Carrie E, 112 Henry, w 
Stroh Samuel, 34 N Hudson, minister 
Mrs Alta L, 

George F, 43 W Alden, r 
Mrs Mary C, 
Strong" Clarence F, mgr Coldwater 
Garage Co, 29-31 N Hanchett; 
residence 44 N Hanchett 
Mrs Vera B, 

Clarence C, s 
Charles F, s 
Doris Frances, " u 
Baxter H, 115 W Pearl, r 
N Clair, 138 Wat, electrician 
Mrs Vera, 

Anna Marie, " u 
Calvin Clair, u 
Berton A, feed sheds, 28 S 
Hanchett; res 94 Taylor 
Mrs Hester, 

Edward L, " gov't em p 

Stulting Cornelius J, 118 Grand, r 

" Mrs Lida, 
Stuart Mrs Delia A, 80 Peckham, w 
Stygles Mabel I, 256 S Jefferson 

JAMES SWAIN 
Real Estate 
Agency 

Southern Michigan Bank Building 
PHONE 80 



G. W. COLLINS 

Agent for TRAVELERS 
Accident, Sickness W Life 

Insurance 

Auto Insurance 

Fire Insurance 



Sullivan Charles, 160 Division, r 
Mrs Eliza, 
" James, " cigarmaker 

Paul, 

Mary, S P S, dom 
" Mary A, 55Pierson,dressmakr 
" Agnes, dom 
Sutter Frederick, W Garfield Ave, 

" Mrs Lucy A, " [farmer 
Sutton Corydon D, 141 WChi, postman 
Mrs Belle Z, " 
Hiram W, 105 Perkins, P 
" Mrs Lodema, " 

Robert A, Ho 
Sumner Mrs Lizzie, 123 Walnut, w 
" Charles A, " soldier 
" Bernice, milliner 
Sun and Star, 22 W P^arl, job print- 
ing in connection; J S Evans, 
editor and publisher 
Sutherland Alfred C, monument 
dealer (Gibson & Sutherland) 
92 W Chicago, phone 362-M; 
residence 60 Jackson 
Mrs Olga L, 
Sutherland FredD, building mover; 
mason work of all kinds; 
res 245 Cutter 
" Mrs Mary M, " w 
Swaffield & Hihbard, 111 - 113 W 
Chicago, general blacksmith- 
ing; wagons and carriages 
made to order; structural iron 
work a specialty; auto springs 
made while you wait; E M 
Swaffield, F A Hibbard 
Swaffield Eugene M, 129 E Pearl, 

blacksmith 

Mrs Eliza A, 

Mrs Harriet L, " w 
Swain James, real estate and insur- 
ance, 25 W Chicago, phone 80; 
residence 26 Hull 
T Elwood, " aviator 
J Russell, navy 
Beryl T, " s 

S Alleen, " s 
Fred A, 203 Marshall, engineer 
Mrs Daisy A, " 
Hazel Maree, " s 
Jay H, 26 Orchard, Ho 
Paul, 25 N Monroe, clerk 



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Swain Si]as P, 79 Walnut, lab 
" Mrs Mary R, " 
" Kenneth, " s 

Howard, 18 Elizabeth, 

jitney driver 
Swank Orville M, 59 N Hudson, 

prin high school 

" Mrs Marcia, " 

Orvilla S, " u 
Sweet Energy M, 250 Perkins, lab 
Mrs Hattie R, 

Mrs Eugene, 36 N Fremont 
Sweeney Patrick H, chief clerk 
Wolverine Portland Cement 
Co; residence 131 N Clay 
Mrs Mary C, 

Wm J, 66 N Clay, c t 

Sweet MrsLydia, 54 S Monroe, D 
Mrs Helen R, 241 W Pearl, w 
Martin B, 33 W Montg, baker 
" Mrs Dessie Mae, " 

Olo T, " s 

Dorothy L, " u 

Mrs Ella, 36 N Fremont, w 



Sweet & Morgan, bicycles, motor- 
cycles and sundries; repair- 
ing a specialty; 74 W Chi; 
Wm J Sweet, M F Morgan 
Sweet William J, 118 N Clay, bicycles 
Mrs Carrie M, 
William H, 
Madelyn L, 
" Ramona C, u 
" Mrs Jennie, 166 N Clay, w 
Swift Rial W, 20 Abbott, teamster 
Mrs Mary, " 

Mrs Clara, 123 E Pearl, w 
Swihart Charles A, 85 Hull, P 
" Roy, 236 Division, machinist 

Mrs Pearl, " 
" Richard, " u 
Swantek Andrew, 29 S Railroad, Ry 
Mrs Anna, " 
Frank, 234 S Clay, lab 
" Mrs Agnes, " L 
Symons John T, 121 E Wash, teacher 
" Mrs Florence, " 
" John E, u 



Sweet & Morgan 

74 West Chicago Street, Coldwater 



LARGEST STOCK OF BICYCLES III BRANCH COUNTY 

Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle 
A Complete Stock of Popular Priced Pocket Knives 
Flash Lights and Batteries of All Kinds 



Bicycle Tires and Sundries 
Keys Made and Fitted 



Locks and Umbrellas Repaired 
Baby Carriage Tires Put On 



BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 
flTORCYCLE AGENTS FOR BRANC] 



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Tanis Mildred, 147 Grand, teacher 
Tappan Mrs Mary, 354 N Hudson, w 
Tappen John W,121 N Hudson, 

" Mrs Gertrude, " [carpentr 
Taschner & Aebersold, barbers, 30 
W Chicago; Fred G Tasch- 
ner, Geo A Aebersold 
Taschner Fred G, E Garfield Ave, 
" Mrs Blossom, " [barber 

Richard H, " s 

Philip J, " u 

Taylor Edson S, justice of the peace; 

buggies and lawn mowers re- 
paried; 46 E Chicago; 

residence 221 Morse 
Mrs Lydia M, 

Ivalda D, 17 Perkins, P 
Mrs Ella R, 
Taylor Wm F, cream station, 32 S 
Monroe, buyer of eggs, poul- 
try and butter fat; 

residence 116 E Pearl 
Mrs Nellie E 5 
Taylor Mrs Harriet W, 29 Pelton, w 
Chas H, 338 E Chicago, farmer 

" Mrs In a, " 

William H, 34 Smith, Ry 
Mrs Ethel, 

" Melvin, s 
Eldred D, " u 

Mrs Minnie M, 152 N Jeff, Pr, w 
Edward (Wat), 294 Morse, r 
Mrs Mary M, " 

" Cash, 145 Marshall, farmer 

" Mrs Jennie, 
Bessie, 

" Viola, " teacher 

Mrs Almoa D, 157 E Wash, w 
Lucile, 200 W Pearl, s 
Teachout Stephen M, 107 Harrison, r 

Mrs Carrie A, 
Teall Charles, 97 E Park Ave, painter 
Mrs Esther B, 

" Edwin O, " soldier 

" Beulah A, 

" Myrtle L, " stripper 

" Dennis C, 
Ralph O, 

" Gladys L, 

" Mary H, s 
" Edna B, s 
Fred M, " u 



Teller Bert H, 153 E Chicago, barber 
Mrs Ella, " 

Fern E, " teacher 
Chas E, " r 
Arthur E, 236 Perkins, paintr 
Mrs Lydia A, " 
Helen Ruth, " s 
Wilford D, s 
" Audrey E, s 
" Arthur L, s 
Terpening Alfred F, 230 S Jefferson, r 
Mrs Sarah A, " 
" Edna E, " teacher 

Thomas Gideon S, real estate, 
(Chapman & Thomas), 20 W 
Chicago; res 311 Marshall 
Mrs Louella M, " 
Noah D, 169 E Washington, P 
Mrs Kate, 

Thomkins Zoe, 115 E Pearl, s 
Thompson Julian F, manager of 

Marco Grocery; res 88 Hull 

Mrs Bessie A, 

Thelma B, " s 

Charles D, 223 Division, P 
Mrs Lezette, 

Ansel E, 84 E Pearl, r 
" Chas R, 204 S Jefferson, r 

Mrs Mary B, 
" Chas, 25 Whitten, lab 
Thornton Mrs Lydia, 6 Chicago Ave, w 
Tift Mrs Frances A, 236 E Wash, w 
" Mrs Myra E, 21 W Montg, Ho, w 
" Fred E, 183 N Fremont 
" Flossie C, 

" Hugh J, s 
" Mrs Daisy G, 94 Morse, w 
" Helen R, " s 

" Max A, s 
Tilden Chester A, 29 Elizabeth, lab 
Tilton Mrs Mary A, 45 E Wash, w 
Timerson Mrs Josephine, 138 N Jeff, w 
Titus Thurlow, iron founder, 66-76 
Clark St, special castings 
promptly made; 

residence 120 Marshall 
Mrs Claribel, 



Lucius C, 

Walter R, 97 Hull, 
Mrs Jennie E, " 
Mrs Alta, 99 Division, 
Tobin Mrs Ellen, 400 Jay, 



soldier 
Ti 



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Tomlinson Amasa, 141 Wright, lab 

" Mrs Mary S, " 
Tompkins Mrs Irerie, 39 W Montg, w 

" Francis, 245 E Pearl, r 
Mrs Maria, 

J Roy, 8 Walnut, R 

Mrs Ruby Pratt, " 

Charles, 25 Whitten, lab 

Theda H, 90 N Polk, clerk 

Herbert J, 96 Bennett, P 
" Mrs Delnora, " 

Jay L, " P 

" Lloyd B, s 

Mildred D, " s 

J Carl, " u 

" Bernice, u 

Carl,- " P 

" Sanford, 271 S Jefferson, Ce 
Totman Frank L, 172 E Washington, 

Mrs Eva, " [decorator 

Towers Wm E, 89 Jackson, engineer 

Mrs Mattie A, " 
Tracy Charles E, groceries, meats 

and notions, 273 Marshall; 

residence 31 N Jefferson 

Mrs Minnie B, 



Tracy Dennis, 35 N Clay, Ce 
Mrs Etta, 

John W, " Ce 

Helen M, " clerk 

" Herbert J, soldier 
Travis Ralph R,58N Hanchett, soldier 
Mrs Dora, 

Kathryn, " u 

William H, " u 

Treat S I & Son, dealers in hides, 
pelts, raw furs, wool, junk, 
salt, fertilizers, etc, slaugh- 
terers and renderers of tallow 
and grease, 20-22 S Hudson; 
S I and F W Treat 
Treat Frank W, 21 S Hudson, 

" Mrs Dora, " [hide buyer 

" Helen J, teacher 
Jessie L, s 
" Samuel L, s 
" Samuel I, " hide buyer 

F Leslie, 63 W Washington, 

soldier 

" Mrs Marjorie C, " 

" Mrs Ann W, 55 N Hudson, w 




Makes a Specialty of the Finest Dairy Butter 
and Fresh Eggs from the country 



LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK OF 

Groceries, Meats and Notions 



273 Marshall St. - Phone No. 4I& 



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Treat Egbert W, 146 S Monroe, r 
Wm E, W Garfield Ave, c t 
Mrs Julia E, 
" Florence, " Ry clerk 

The Tribolet Co, 5 and 10c store, 15 
W Chicago, household goods 
and novelties 
Tribolet Adolph J, 12 W Alden, 

merchant 

Mary, 

" Louise R, s 
Tripp D N, 28 E Montgomery, r 
Romaine B, 253 E Wash, Ry 
Trotter Mrs Cora M, 221 Morse, Pr 
" Louis E, s 
" Horace C. s 
Troxel Clara L, 70 Marshall, teacher 
Truesdell Mrs Rebecca, 164 E Pearl, w 
Trumbull Wm C, 131 Elm, nightwatch 
Lewis E R, 
Audrey B, 

Max H, s 
Clyde W, s 
Robert H, " s 
Leo A, u 



Trump Mrs Charlotte, 81 S Hudson, w 
Tuckey Frank B, 224 S Jeff, carpenter 
Mrs M Belle, " 
Richard T, 181 Jackson, r 
Mrs Melissa L, " 
Phebe L, 

Arthur, 105 N Fremont, M 
Mrs Sarah, " 
Tuers Alfred C, 86 Race, C 
Wm C, 22 Elizabeth, 

farmer S P S 
Tupper Solon E, agricultural imple- 
ments, etc (Osborn & Tupper) 
107-109 W Chicago; 

residence 123 N Jefferson 
" Mrs Mary E, " 

Mabel E, " s 

Ruth V, " u 

Mrs Jennie E, S P S, w 
Turner George H, 181 N Clay, r 

Mrs Josephine M, " 
Turner Geo C, part owner Southern 
Michigan Grocer Co; resi- 
dence 71 E Pearl 
Mrs Nina S, 

Gilbert C, " s 




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Turner & Son, barbers, 73 W Chi; 

Z T and O A Turner 
Turner Zachar? T (Dick), 53 Henry, 
" Mrs Sophronia M, " [barber 
" Orton A, 153 Harrison, barber 
" Mrs Maude, " 

Ralph O, " s 

Myrtle L, " s 

" Mrs Jeanette, 14 Henry, w 

George W, 22 Smith, lab 
" Mrs Leona, 53 E Chicago, w 

Stanley Alfred, " u 
Tuttle Win B, furniture, carpets, 

rugs, musical instruments and 

supplies, 43-47 W Chicago; 

residence 54 E Chicago 

Mrs Addie, 
" A Louise, " teacher 

" Frank W, navy 
Twomley Francis M, 241 Perkins 

Mrs Elsie, 

Tyler Alphonso, 244 W Chicago, r 
" Mrs Amanda M, " 

Marcello, 146 E Pearl, r 
Mrs S E, 244 E Washington, w 
" Grace, teacher 



u 

Unangst Aaron A P, 214 Marshall, r 

" Mrs Amanda F, 
Unroe Mrs Lillian, 297 Cutter, Pr 
" Leonard C, u 
" Richard L, u 
Guy C, " soldier 

Upham Oscar J, groceries, meats. 

and notions, 51 N Fremont, 
phone 702- J; res 52 N Fremont 
Mrs Viola, 
" Charles R, s 
Upson A Sidney, cashier S M Nat'l 
Bank; res 99 E Chicago 
" Mrs Carrie A, " 
Up-To-Date Coal Co, coal, coke, 
wood, tile and sewer pipe, 25 
W Pearl; A J Fiske, C D Fil- 
kins, James Swain 
Ur ban Walter, 193 E Park Ave, Ce 
Mrs Stella, 
" Clara M " stripper 

" Julia, 

John A, 237 S Jefferson, P 
Mrs Cecil M, 
" Lavina M, u 



FOURTEEN FLOORS OF F1F HOME FURNISHINGS 



The Quality Kind; the kind we can and do 
STAND BACK OF : 

H00SIER KITCHEN CABINETS, ROYAL REST CHAIRS 

FREE SEWING MACHINES 
VICTOR EXTENSION TABLES — ROUND OR SQUARE 

All nationally known as QUALITY GOODS 

We are by far the largest buyers of RUGS in Southern 
Michigan, and our prices are THE LOWEST you can find 



TUTTLE'S FOURTEEN FLOORS 

PHONE 340 COLDWATER, MICH. 



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Van Aken 
Bros. 

FLORISTS 




Call or phone us for anything you want in 

Flowers, 
Plants, 
Shrubs, 
Fruit Trees 

OR ANYTHING IN OUR LINE 
YOU WILL GET THE BEST 




VAN AKEN FLOWER STORE 

South Monroe St. 



PHONE 36M 



Van Aken Bros, liverymen and 
florists, S Monroe near Pearl; 
greenhouses on Jay, near rail- 
way; M J and B L VanAken 

VanAken Mark J, liveryman and flor- 
ist; residence 111 S Monroe 
" Mrs Anna, 

" Marcus Hugh, " soldier 
" Susie, " s 

" Rachel, s 
Esther, " s 

" Bernie L, florist and livery- 
man; residence 214 W Pearl 
Mrs Donna, 

Warner B, " soldier 

" Julia L, s 
" Mrs Marion, 3 Grand, w 
Van Antwerp Fred G, mfr Royal 
Vim Cigar, 28 E Chicago; 
phone 459- J; res 234 Hull 
Mrs Nettie M, 
VanBlarcom Wm H, 347 N Hudson, 
" Mrs Hazel L, " [mason 
" Marjorie J. s 
" Clarence H, s 
Nellie B, " u 

Vandenburg Cassius A, 81 N Fremont 
Mrs Mary B, 
" Roy A, " cigarmnker 

" Mrs Kittie Bell, " compositor 
VanderHoof Chas J, 55 W Wash, clerk 

Mrs Lillah M, 
Vanderhoof Mrs Letta, 182 Marshall, 

dressmaker 

VanDeventer Leon M, mgr Detroit 
Princess Mfg Co, res 74 Morse 
Mrs Helen M, 
" Robert, s 
VanDyke John, 420 Morse, farmer 

" Mrs Irene, " 
Vanes Dennis, 25 W Washington, Ce 
Mrs Elizabeth, 
Eva M, 

Vanes Dennis, Jr, Venetian Theater: 
residence 25 W Washington 

" Mrs Estella, 
Van Fleet Waltus, 142 E Pearl, r 

" • Mrs Elizabeth, " 

" Audrey, milliner 
VauGilder Wm A, 300 W Pearl, lab 



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VanHoosearMrs RillaB, 160 Walnut, w 
" Merl P, " salesman 

Vanlderstine, Mrs Catherine, 

70 S Sprague, w 
Mabel, " office clerk 

Paul, " P 

Van Nuys Jacob H, 150 Church, r 

MrsLucindaR, " 
VanOrsdal Ira A, 381 E Chi, farmer 
" Mrs Mary, 

" Charles L, rural mail carrier; 
residence 27 E Pearl 
Mrs Myrtle. 
" Leon G, s 
Mary E, s 
Van Tassel Anna E, 18 S Polk 
Van Valkenburgh Mrs Arabella, 

65 E Chicago, w 
Van VredenburghBenj F, 198 Morse, lab 
MrsHattie J, Pr 
Benita, " Pr 

Helen I, " Pr 

Van Wormer Elmer, 139 S Monroe, r 
Mrs Mary, 

Jay, 63 Tibbits, c t 

Mrs Clara, 

Noma A, s 
Ila B, " s 

" Colene, u 
Vassil Peter, shoe repairs and shine 
parlor, hats cleaned and 
blocked, 26 S Monroe; 

res 43 Perkins 

Mrs Vasilkia, 
Vaughan Mrs Elizabeth, 

85 N Hanchett, w 
" Eva M, teacher 
Venetian Theatre, 49 W Chicago, 

Dennis Vanes, Jr, propr 
Verena Sister, 90 Harrison, teacher 
Vicory & Son, painters and decora- 
tors, sign writing a specialty; 
L W and W L Vicory 
Vicory L W, 291 N Hudson, sign painter 
" WmL, " sign painter 

Mrs Cora E, " 
" Pern M, s 
Wm J, " s 
Vielhaber Emma, 114 Perkins, dom 
Vincent Clarence S, 133 W Pearl, 

merchant 

Mrs Ella J, 
" Donald D, s 



Vincent Mrs Alice A, 60 W Wash, w 
Nettie E, 

Vogel John, 167 N Fremont, lab 
Mrs Mary, " 
" Carl A, soldier 
" John Jr, soldier 
Vog"t David, florist, res and green- 
houses 24 Grand, junction of 
Marshall 
" Mrs Jennie S, " 

Ernest C, " navy 

Paul D, " soldier 

" Bertha S, " teacher 

Anton H, 73 Marshall, florist 
Mrs Lela E, 
VoorheesOliver D, 74 Hooker, engineer 
Mrs Carrie B, " 
" Harold R, s 
Vore Russell, 50 Smith, plumber 
" MrsArreta, " 

Treeva A, " u 
Opal, " s 

Vosburgh Frank E, 154 Taylor, 

elevator man 
Mrs Sarah C, " clerk 
Vroman Frank J, 266 S Jefferson, lab 
" Mrs Mary, 

Dorothy L, u 
William J, " u 

Helen M, " u 



W 



Wade Fern, 59 W Wash, office clerk 
Waffle D Eugene, 90 W Pearl, musician 

Edward T, 314 Marshall, 

Mrs Tina S, " [farmer 

" Ross W. " soldier 

Mina, " teacher 

Nellie M, 

Wagar Fred C, 246 N Hudson, farmer 
Beryl M, " s 

" Ross J, s 
Wahl Mrs Bertha, 16 Conover, w 
Waite Arthur L, 72 Jackson, s 
Wakeman Sherwood A, 39 W Chi- 
cago, emp Reporter; phone 
522-M; residence 45 S Sprague 
" Mrs Berenice P, 

Max C, " s 

William H, " s 

" Sherwood A, Jr, " u 



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PHONE 73J MICH. 



We are members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery 
and can therefore guarantee satisfaction in deliver- 
ing' your order anywhere in the United States or 
Canada and in European Countries, by telegraph 
or cable. 



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Waldron Mrs Mary J, 110 Walnut, w 
Frank M, " lab 

Jesse L, 16 Sherman, carpentr 
Mrs Jessie O, " 
Zella M, teacher 
Russell G, s 
Walker Arthur B, propr Coldwater 
Steam Laundry, 13 S Monroe; 
residence 75 E Chicago 
" Mrs Nora B, 

John H, " soldier 

" William H, navy 
Thomas E, 238 Marshall, 

carpenter 

Mrs Delilah, 
" Jesse, 77 Hatch, r 
" L Albert, " carpenter 
Wilber E, " farmer 
Waller Adelbert D, 87 E Alden, R 
Mrs Mae A, " Pr 

" Harold J, s 
Mildred M, " s 

Sheridan J, " s 

Walling Cecil, 46 E Pearl, clerk 
Walter Seibert B, 23 N Jefferson, 

postman 

" Mrs Jessie, 

" Rachel Caroline, " u 
" Helen Louise, u 
" Grace A, 205 Henry, s 
" Mary Sister, 90 Harrison, 

Walters Frank E, 68 E Wash, Ry 
Mrs Ella A, 

Walworth Joseph B, 91 Crippen, lab 

Ward William H, 56 Elm, lab 
Mrs Hannah N, " 
Earl E, " P 

Emma, S P S, dom 

WarfordOak, 405 Jay, farmer 
Mrs Harriett S, " 
" Theodore, " gov't emp 

C D Warner Medicine Co, mfrs 
Warner's WhiteWineandTar 
Syrup, also Green's Infallible 
Liniment and Little Laxative 
Beans; H E Warner, propr, 
7-15 N Clay 

Warner Mrs Josephine, 70 N Sprague, 
bookkeeper, w 
Hiram E, 15 N Clay, mfr 
" Mrs Isabel, 244 S Sprague, w 
E Ruth, " s 

Hugh, " s 



Warner Bert K, agt Buick automo- 
bile (McNaughton & War- 
ner, ) at Standard Garage; 
residence 65 E Chicago 
Warren John L, 71 Harrison, cigarmkr 
A Louise, stenog 
Mrs Catherine; 67 Peckham, w 
Elizabeth M, 57 Church, clerk 
Adell, 19 Race 
Warsabo Mrs Kittie F, 157 Grand, w 

" B Amanda, 
Waterbury Henry C, suptof city streets, 
residence 79 N Clay 
" Mrs Eva E, nurse 
Fred A, 370 E Chicago, r 
" Mrs Louise, 

" Aaron V, " soldier 

Waters Violet A, 73 Grand, s 
" Marion L, " s 
Watson Joseph K, real estate and 
insurance, loans and mort- 
gages, 12 W Chicago; resi- 
dence 132 Marshall 
Mrs Mabel, 

Alfred Milnes, " s 
Larkin Douglas, " s 
Joseph R, Jr. " s 
Eunice Mary, " s 
David Milnes, " u 
Robert, 487 W Chicago, farmer 
Laura, 

Howard, 429 W Chi, farmer 
Mrs Blanche, 

Robert H, " s 

Wm S, 149 Harrison, M 
Mrs Lenna, 

James L, 25 Harrison, 
Mrs Lucinda H, " 
Dollie A, 
Ida M, 
Ada M, 

Weage Daniel E, general contrac- 
tor; phone 480-J; res 274 E Chi. 
Mrs Myrtle, 

Stanley E, " soldier 

Hazel C, " teacher 

Rex Bryant, s 
SpencerW,97 Hull, meatcutter 
Vernon, actor 
H Emery, 124 Morse, dredger 
Mrs Ellen, 

Maxwell E, s 
H Emery, Jr, " u 



Ce 

u 

u 
u 



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W. R. McNAUGHTON 



B. R. WARNER 





5 Branch County Salts Agents 

for Uk 




If you want Comfort, Pleasure, and Absolute Satisfaction in $ 
the use of a car 



BUY A BUICK 



ggj Sales Room at the STANDARD GARAGE. Always Ready to 
Show and Demonstrate Cars 



PHONE 164-J 



Residence Phones: W. R. McNaughton 581-J; B. R. Warner 657-M 





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PHONE 
77 




THE BEST 




Weaver Isaac W, 198 Henry, r 
Loren, 146£ E Wash, P 
Glema, 33 W Wash, s 

Webster Wm J, 62 Daugherty, 

picture op 
Fred S, " clerk 

Weber Hilda, 33 N Hanchett, office clerk 
Mabel, 

Weeden Hiram, 314 W Chicago, r 
" Harry, soldier 
Mrs Louvetta, 

Edwin, 26 W Montg, Ho 
Welch Francis H, mgr Hoosier Shoe 
Co; residence 35 Hull 
" Mrs Annie E, " 
" John, 73 Grand, meat cutter 
Mrs Nella S, " solicitor 
" Theron M, " navy 
" Mrs Martha A, 111 Jackson, w 
Weldy Lizzie, 282 W Pearl 
Weller Erwin, blacksmith (Barnard 
& Weller), 36 E Chicago; 
residence 139 Perkins 
" Mrs Maude, " 
Harold E, 

Floyd H, " P 

Vivian B, " s 
i' CLyle, " s 

H Nelson, 30 E Chicago, lab 
Wellington James, 43 Race, lab 
" Mrs Josephine, " 
" Leo, soldier 
Wells John W, 230 Jay, farmer 

Mrs Mary, " 

Lula, 
" James, 
" Herbert, 

Edward, 

Clifford, 
" Ralph, 
Wendell S Collins, 

Mrs Ida M 
Wendorf Harry, 32 Perkins, 
" Mrs Dora, " 

Mildred, 

Wentworth Chas D. 256 N Hudson 
"' Mrs Alice R, 

Ruth O, " s 

Clyde A, " s 

Mildred A, " s 

West Fred A, 224 W Pearl, clerk 
Mrs Mary L, , " 



farmer 
" • farmer 

farmer 
s 
u 

16W Pearl, janitor 
clerk 
Ti 

u 
Ho 



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Westendarp Wm A, 



79 N Monroe, 
asst mgr Ly 

Mrs Leila H, " 
" Dorothy E, " bank clerk 
" Marjorie A, " s 
Western Reserve Condensed Milk Co, 

corner Bennett and Hooker; 

W W Smith, mgr; phone 12 
Western Union Telegraph Co, 15 S 

Monroe; E P Moffitt, mgr 
West End Grocery, 318 W Chicago, 

Sanderson Sisters proprs 
Whaley Edward S, 265 Marshall, r 

Mrs Charlotte M, 

Peter M, 36 W Alden, thresher 

Mrs Melissa, D 
" Ora M, s 
Wheeler Ora B, 146 Hull 

Mrs Lulu E, 

Mildred W, s 
Mrs Emily, 49 Race 
" Charles H, 51 Tibbits, cook 
" Mrs Anna J, 69 E Montg, w 

Rev Jesse I, 77 Church 
" Mrs Louise P, 



Wheeler Edwin, 22-24 E Chicago, 
Branch County agent Ford 
autos; res 20 W Pierce 
Mrs Lou, 
Whipple Ralph K, postal clerk, 

residence 126 Harrison 
" Mrs Maude B, " 
Whitbeck Abram, 89 W Chi, janitor 
Whitcomb Delmer E, 33 N Polk, 

" Mrs Harriet A, " [teamster 
Rev Geo C, 32 W Montg, r 

White Geo D, 132 Waterman, carpenter 

Mrs Elizabeth A, " 
" E Fern, " teacher 

Mrs Malvina, 117 E Chicago, w 

Ralph L, Y ' c t 

" Blossom, " teacher 

" Hugh, 31 Pelton, electrician 

Mrs Berdie E, " 
" Robert Geo, " u 
" Mrs Permelia, 146 S Monroe, w 

Dorothy, 80 E Montg, Ho 

Whitehead Carrie J, 44 Morse, clerk 
" Miriam R, 142 Church 



The One Best Buy— a FORD 

OVER A MILLION USERS pin their faith to the Car 




that represents the best dollar value, and "takes you 
there and brings you back" 



IF YOU HAVE ANY THOUGHT OF BUYING A CAR, FIRST SEE 

EDWIN WHEELER S0LE AG ^/ T ° Y B BRJ 

22-24 East Chicago St., Coldwater PHONE 94 



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Whitman Elliot, 45 Cutter, farmer 
Harold C, 19 S Monroe, 

electrician 

Whittaker John, 33 N Hanchett, Ly 
Whitten Mary E, 75 N Hanchett, clerk 
Millie R, " agt 

Wicker Geo B, sporting- goods ( Hen - 
ning- & Wicker), 57 W Chi; 
res EChi and Michigan Ave 
Wickes Jay D, 42 W Chicago, real 
estate and loans; phones, of- 
fice 252; res 709-R; res 65 Wat 
Mrs Mary E, 
" A Lucile, " s 

Mrs Mary M, 18 Church, w 
" Adelbert, 129 S Monroe, r 
Mrs Addie, 
Wieand William H, 175 E Pearl, r 

Mrs Ella E, 
Wilbur Elmer W, 96 N Jefferson, R 
" Mrs Jennie L, 
" Rex, " soldier 

" Arthur W, " soldier 

Ruth L, " s 

Wesley E, 144 S Clay, 

upholsterer 

Mrs Verald R, " 
" Lucille Ruth, " u 
Wilcox Claud B, 134 S Monroe, painter 
Mrs Olive, 

Ruel A, 99 S Jefferson, lab 
Mrs Hattie A, Pr 
Wm B, 189 E Washing-ton, 

baggage agent 

Mrs Flora T, " 
" Benjamin S, 163 N Clay, lab 
" Mrs Marcia J, " dressmkr 



Wilcox Mrs Ida M, 18 W Pearl, 
hairdresser; also massage 
treatment and manicure work 

Wilder Wm C, blacksmith, 13 S Hanch- 
ett; residence 81 Taylor 

Wiler John H, 36 W Pierce, farmer 
" Mrs Myrta M, " 

Hazel, " D 

Gladys, " s 

Mable, " s 

Wilkins Benj A, 121 S Hudson, 

millwright 

Mrs Bertha L, " 

" Gertrude M, " stenog 
Glema A, " s 

" Gerald A, s 
Fred E, 136 Hull, clerk 
Mrs Effie D, " Pr 
John F, " s 

Ira W, " au 

Wilkinson Mrs Bernetta, 73 N Polk 
Willard Storage Battery Service 
Station, the Cold water Ga- 
rage Co, 29-31 N Hanchett 
Willets Mrs Elizabeth, 67 S Monroe, w 
Williams Drs C A & Mrs Persis, 
Osteopathic physicians, 41 W 
Chicago; res 122 Division 
Clark W, E Garfield Ave, 

" Mrs Margaret S, " [farmer 

" Clark Byron, " s 

Idella E, " u 

Mrs Cora B, 142 E Pearl, w 
Mrs Effie G, 21 N Hudson, w 

" Mrs Clara, 55 N Jefferson, w 
Mrs Anna G, 19 Clarke Ave, w 

" Mrs Anna, 78 Division, teacher 



DR. C. A. WILLIAMS ) osteopathic 
DR. P. E. WILLIAMS J physicians 

41 West Chicago Street, Over Tuttle's Furniture Store 



Phones: Office 403-J, Residence 255-W COLDWATER, MICHIGAN 



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1 DON H. ROGERS 

POULTRY 
VEGETABLES 
AND FRUIT 




BREEDER OF 



BUFF ROCKS 



Eggs For Hatching 
And Stock in Season 



$£ Yards and Gardens East Garfield Avenue h 



PHONE 495 -J 



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Williams Frank N, district manager 


Wing Lucius M, pres Coldwater Na- 


Mutual Benefit Life of New- 


tional Bank; res 85 E Pearl 


ark, N J, 7 W Chi, phone 


" Sigmund L, 


farmer 


414-M; res 103 N Hudson 


Mrs Beniti A, " 




MrsEstelle, " milliner 


Adaline, 


s 


Elvin H, 327 W Chi, cig-armfr 


Wirley Mrs Jennie, 311 W Pearl, w 


Mrs Ida A, 


" Norma L, " 


teacher 


" Mrs Joe, supt children's din- 


John H, " 


s 


ing- room S P S 


Wirt Charles H, 3 Park St, 


Pr 


Willis Dell, 318 W Pearl, lab 


Mrs Ida H, 




Mrs Ida E, 


R Louis, 


s 


Wilmarth Glen E, 217 E Washington, 


A Winifred, 


s 


" Mrs Anna E, " [carpenter 


James M, 


s 


" Lena, 209 Church, teacher 


William H, 


s 


Wilson Charles, 98 E Washington, r 


" Leon, 


soldier 


Gladys, lob S Jefferson, u 


Wise Clare E, 53 N Monroe, 


clerk 


" James E, editor Reporter; 


Mrs Ada M, 




residence 15 W Pearl 


Lester F, 


u 


" Mrs Lulu, " 


Wise Department Store, 


see F F 


Wimer Milton W, cashier Branch 


McCort 




Co Savings Bank; 


Wiser David C, 218 Hull, carpenter 


residence 109 Grand 


" Lenna E, " 




Mrs Daisy B, 


Rex H, 


s 


" Frances L, "teacher 


Carol L, 


s 



][ 



aj Encourage a Comfortable Longevity 

By an immediate provision for a care-free old age 
for yourself, your wife, yourself and wife, or any 
one for whom you desire to anticipate and relieve 
the problems of old age. 



FRANK N. WILLIAMS 

DISTRICT MANAGER 

The Mutual Benefit Life 
Insurance Company 




|L= 



The 

Mutual Benefit 
Life Insurance 

Company 

Newark, N.J- 

PHONE 414-M 



][ 



COLDWATER, MICH 

n i i miii 



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George Washington, Patriot, Soldier, Statesman, at his Mount Vernon Home 



3% INTEREST 

PAID ON CERTIFICATES 
AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS 

GQLDWATER NATIONAL BANK 

Coldwater, Michigan 

L. M. WING, President H. R. SAUNDERS, Cashier 



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Withington Homer E, 49 Perkins, j anitr 

Mrs Sarah J, 
Wixson Mrs Matie,125 N Hudson, Pr, w 

Clare, " Pr 

Hugh, 134 Walnut, farmer 

Mrs Eda, 

Erma E, " u 

Woblesky Mike, 101 W Chicago, lab 
Wolcott Frederick C, 144 N Hudson, r 

Mrs Elizabeth A, " 
Wolf Roy, propr Ford Limited Bus 
Line between Coldwater and 
Battle Creek; leave orders at 
Arlington Hotel, phone 43, or 
at res 272 Marshall, phoDe 605 
Mrs Hazel, 

Winifred E, " u 
" Jane M, u 
Wolfe Mrs Flora R, 79 Cutter, w 
Cecil M, " bookkpr 

Wolverine Portland Cement Co, 
office 5 N Monroe; factory 
southwest of city; F M Rudd, 
pres and general mgr; C C 
Jones, vice pres and mgr 
Quincy plant; also acting sec 
and treas; J C Smallshaw, 
general supt and purchasing 
agt; see adv, page 8 
Wood Dr David H, physician and 
surgeon, 57 W Chicago; resi- 
dence 116 E Chicago 
" Mrs Margaret V, " 

Mrs Hattie A, 30 Whitten, w 
" Elmer C, Ce 
Wood Li D, salesman with A LHeim- 
bach; residence 83 N Polk 
" Mrs Vera M, " 
" Mrs Harriet, 23 E Alden, w 
RettaM, " Ho 

Rose, S P S, dom 
" George, 144 River, drayman 
Roscoe, 28 E Pierce, s 
" Merton, 137 S Clay, soldier 
" Mrs Ordie, 187 N Fremont, D 
Woodcox Mrs Cynthia, 145 Harrison, w 
Woodard Mrs Maggie, 29 Abbott, w 



When you have in mind Rugs, 
Carpets, Linoleums, or any 
Floor Covering, 
First see Woodward & Sons 



Woodward & Sons, dry goods, wo- 
men's ready-to-wear garments, 
millinery, carpets, linoleum & 
rugs, 23 W Chi and 3 S Mon- 
roe; HP, MP, and L H 
Woodward 

Woodward Harry P, 166 W Pearl, 

merchant 

" Mrs Jessie M 
" Leslie H, soldier 
" Harriet G, " teacher 

Kathryn, 
" Elizabeth, 
" Leila G,- " art teacher 

Marshall P, 67 Hull, soldier 
" Mrs Frances, " cashier 
Worden James L, 50 W Alden, r 
Worthington Delbert B, 181 Henry, 

Mrs Myrtie E, , " [clerk 

Mae C, 

Hazel M, 
" Dorothy A, u 
" Frederick L, " u 

Leo B, " u 

Wright Rev Robert A, pastor M E 

Church; res 62 Marshall 

MrsLydiaM, " 
" Mildred C, " teacher 

Bruce H, " s 

Gerald R, " s 

Mrs Sarah G, 73 W Wash, w 

Chas S, 420 S CI ay, stock buyer 
" Minnie L, 248 W Chicago, s 
Wright Chas D, 200 W Pearl, 

musician 

Mrs Helen B, 
" Mrs Jennie, 113 Division, w 
Veva, 99 E Wash, s 



Yapp Clarence T, 17 Church, clerk 

Mrs Ella A, 

Yeatter Alfred, 157 Taylor, r 

" George , Ce 

Mrs Clara, 

" Georgena M, " u 
Yockey Mrs Rhoda V, 208 Grand, w 

York Mrs Orpha, 86 SMonroe, w 

Young Chauncy, 168 N Clay, r 
Cathnne B, " 

Orlo M, " s 



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A GLIMPSE OF CAMP CUSTER 



Young- Mrs Elizabeth, 162 Taylor, w 

" Leroy, Ly 

Frederick D, 79 Green, M 
Mrs Edna E, 

Evelyn P, " u 

" Frederick, Jr, u 

" Mrs Catherine E, 400 Jay, w 

Alta M, " s 

John H, " s 

Helen E, " s 

Mark E, " s 

William F, 198 Henry, lab 
" Mrs Bertha, 
Ethel A, 

William W, " P 

Arlo M, s 

Rhea E, " s 

Cyril D, " s 

Max E, s 
Grace E, 199 W Pearl 

Mrs Nancy C, 217 W Chi, w 
Youngs Ray, 758 W Chi, boat livery 
Mrs Georgia, " 

Kenneth P, 595 W Chicago, lab 
" Mrs Pearl, 



In Millinery, you will find that tasty, up-to-date 
touch at WOODWARD & SONS' 



Zeller Stephen, 284 E Washington, lab 
Zilpha, " D 

Mrs Mary, 18 Tibbits, w 
Lewis, Ho 

Zerba James J, 139 S Jeff, carpenter 
Mrs Kate, 

Hazel D, " Ho 

Zirn Lewis K, 225 Hull, H 
" Mrs Laura, " 
" Lei and, s 
" Lorene, s 
Zink Agnes, 65 E Chicago, s 
Zoboski William, 144 Jackson, soldier 
Zoeller Harry C, 57 Herbert, Ho 
Mrs Mae J, " Ho 
Zull Edgar C, 28 Smith, teamster 
Mrs Olive L, " 
Wilbur E, " fac 
Ray H, s 
Mildred A, " s 
Verba N, s 
Erwin L, s 
Erma E, u 
H Ray, 70 Church, carpentr 
Mrs Maude L, " stenog 
Zurchur Crist, 99 E Wash, lab 



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ADDITIONS, CHANGES, ETC 



Allen Howard J, 160 S Jefferson, chef 
Barber Mary Violetta, 53 S Clay, u 
Barrows Geo D, 74 Cutter 

Mrs Anna, 
Bassett Pearl, 157 Grand 
Batterson Vern, 199 E Wash, lab 

Mrs Ellen, 

Audrey L, " s 

" Barney, s 
Clare, " s 

" David, s 
Geo Custer, " u 
" Mary Elizabeth, " u 
Bender Oliver C, 74 Pierson, s 
Black Thomas, 19 W Pierce, farmer 

" Mrs Ella, 
Brachtell Geo E, 70E Pierce, musician 

Mrs Ethel, 
CabeenWalterC,(andfam )14S Monroe, 

mgr Coldwater Plumbing- Co 
Campbell & Lafene, dairymen, N 
Michigan Ave; Milo D Camp- 
bell, Benj J Lafene 
Cluff Mrs Gussie, 195 Cutter, w 
" Vernie, u 
Coldwater Plumbing Co, 14 S Monroe, 

formerly 70 W Chicago 
Conant Chas, 74 Pierson, farmer 
Mrs Helen, " 
" Arlene, clerk 
Deal Samuel E, 16 Munson, teamster 
Mrs Matilda M, " 
Earnest G, " s 

" Charles E, s 
John E, " s 

" Audrey M, ; u 

Dean Edwin J, 333 Marshall, dairyman 
" Mrs Hazel M, 

" Doris L, " u 

Ewing Chas A, 120 S Hudson, carpentr 

" Mrs Lillian, " 
Francisco Mrs H E, 88 Marshall, w 
Farwell Frank, 431 E Chicago, farmer 
Mrs Cora, 
" Lynn, " farmer 

Fenner Rolla J, 125 N Hudson, u 
Filley Roy L, 48 River, u 
Gage Frank, 166 Grand, lab 

" Mrs Irma, 

" Emma, " u 

" Beatrice, " u 

Gallagher Stephen P, 34 N Hudson, c t 
Mrs Ethel L, 



Gregg Earl, 108 N Fremont, Ce 

" Mrs Irene, " 
Grinnell Mrs Lenora, 57 Hull, w 
Hawkins Geo B (and family) 219 Di- 
vision 

Holland Austin, 708 W Chi, painter 
Hoverter Dr J Wesley, physician 

and surgeon, room 5 Clarke 

block 

Mrs Hattie E 

Violet B, s 
Jacob Arster Carl, 17 Tibbits, u 
Jeffers Virginia M, 267 N Hudson, u 
Kinney Blaine (andfamily )191 W Pearl 
Lockwood Mrs Eva, 176 W Pearl 
McConnell JamesN, 16 Perkins, carptr 
" Mrs Maude M, " 

Olen H, " s 

Max D, " s 

McNaughton & Warner, prors South- 
ern Michigan Garage, facing 
Court House park, Branch 
County Agents Buick auto- 
mobiles; phone 725; W R Mc- 
Naughton, Bert R Warner 
McOmber Gar, propr "McOmber's 
Eats," 37 West Chicago, 
phone 173 
Mrs Lillie A, 
Molby Neal G, 111 S Jefferson, u 
Neisius George R, 44 Pelton, u 
Paradine Woodrow, 165 Waterman, u 
Peavey Claude R, 284 E Washington 

" Mrs Ruth L, 
Schlottman Nelson K, 158 N Clay, s 
" Howard, s 
Smith Llewellyn E, 283 S Jefferson, P 
" Mrs Sarah E, 

" Charles, 183 N Fremont, s 
Vance Wanda M, 32 Perkins, u 
Wendorf Chas, 158 N Clay, teamster 

" Mrs Louise D, " 
Yockey Mrs Rhoda V, 166 Grand, w 



DECEASED 

Robert C Bishop 
Hal D Crippen 
Edith C Buell 
Elsie Dorrance 
Mrs Augustus Eldred 
Mrs Enfield Gallap 
MrsC.ynthia A Granger 
Henry Huested 
Alman T Jenkins 
Charles B Nachbauer 
Mrs Catherine Otis 
Kirk R Sheldon 



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DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



ABBOTT AVE 

20 Rial W Swift 

21 E Flynn 

22 Geo P Barnard 
29 Carl Batterson 

32 M O Seelye 

33 Claud Peppiatt 
37 W H Raymond 
42 

N Hudson St 

52-70 Hoosier Shoe Co 
97 Mrs John Cochrane 

ALDEN ST— EAST 

18 

21 Mrs Harriet Wood 

23 Mrs Mary E Smith 
24 

29 Geo Carter 

35 Mrs A J Bennett 
Mrs E D Howe 

36 Mrs Sarah R Keep 

N Hudson St 

74 Joseph Kornstein 

75 Jacob Bauer 

76 Wm J H Smith 
80 Mrs Cora Relyea 
83 

84 Arthur Pixley 

87 A D Waller 

90 Mrs H McCormick 

93 Lee Burk 

96 

99 Mrs Nettie L Fenton 
100 Morton Russell 



ALDEN ST— WEST 

12 A J Tribolet 

13 Mrs Nona Shipe 

14 Wm Houghtaling 

21 Eugene Sterling 

22 Henry Delaney 
26 

27 C L Ball 

28 

33 Bert C Ball 

36 P M Whaley 

40 Mrs Mary J Carr 

43 Geo F Stroh 

44 W H Kelsey 
50 J L Worden 
55 

56 Chas W Allen 
64 John W Hamiton 
67 Mrs Eva Belote 
70 Benj E Straw 



BENNETT ST 

50-58 Milk Condensary 
87 J as Richards 
96 H J Tompkins 
106 Geo Harmon 

BRANCH AVE 

16 C S Hutchinson 

CHARLES ST 

20 L D Mosher 

21 Silas W Olmsted 
27 Phebe Smith 

30 Henrv Stahl 
49 

Green St 
50 Geo B Fisher 

61 Neil Smith 

62 L C Huested 

67 Mrs John Scheidler 
68 

78 Rov Stowe 
81 

82 H R Jones 
86 

87 Fred C Kollmorgen 
92 Jav A Gibbons 
124 Chas T Nichols 

CHICAGO AVE 

2 S R McNiti 
6 Guy W Peavey 

CHICAGO ST— EAST 

11 Horace Kitchel 

12 Public Library 

20 

22-24 Edwin Wheeler 

A A Shulander 
23 Episcopal Church 

27 Parish House 

28 Carroll Bros 

Fred G VanAntwerp 
29-35 Standard Garage 
30 Kemp & Bingham 
32 Carl Mannerow 
34 ColdwVulcanizingCo 
36 Barnard & Weller 

Hudson st 
42 C R Osborn 

44 Home Bakery 

45 Masonic Temple 

46 E S Taylor 
48 

53 Milo D Campbell 

54 W B Tuttle 

60 Mrs Ella B Smith 
Hattie Brooks 



65 Mrs F J Dart 

72 J Birdsall Brown 

75 A B Walker 

Jefferson St 
88 Mrs Lois Musselwhite 
91 H R Saunders 

98 O E Luedders 
Rev H P Collin 

99 A S Upson 

105 E R Clarke 

106 Mrs C N Legg 

113 F H Flandermeyer 

116 Dr D H Wood 

117 Mrs Malvina White 
124 Dr B R Ferguson 

130 Starr W Gruner 

Morse St 

131 L J Byers 

134 Mrs Agnes Gibson 
141 H C Loveridge 

144 Clifton W Dick 

145 N E Roby 

146 C S Church 
153 B H Teller 

156 M W Brainard 

Lincoln St 
161 H Smith Clizbe 
170 Dr A G Holbrook 
173 Dr L C Hatton 
179 W Glenn Cowell 
182 C U Champion 

186 LeRoy R Palmer 

Elm St 

187 Dr E F Gamble 

Daugherty St 
200 Dr Marion E Blair 
208 Mrs M Bernard 

215 M G Clarke 

216 L L Bosserman 
218 E E Palmer 
224 

225 Mrs Hal D Crippen 

226 Edw Bier 

229 Willis M Drury 

234 M D Calkins 

235 W L Kingsley 
244 Otis Pierce 

Sprague St 
259 E B Bo wen 

274 D E Weage 

275 H W Clarke 
281 R E Clarke 

292 James M Mapes 

299 Leroy Branch 

300 Mrs Wm N Conover 
310 Eber W Farwell 
324 Mrs A C Burdick 
332 H H Harris 

Wright St 



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338 Chas H Taylor 
354 L F Casebeer 

Rose St 
366 F E McConnell 
370 Fred Waterbury 
381 Ira A VanOrsdal 
390 Frank G Sharp 
400 

406 John A Dustman 
410 

430 Harry Mead 

431 B F Buell 
440 John D Clark 

Mrs Mabel F Sealock 

441 

Michigan Ave 
A W Henning 
Fred Bid el man 
W arren D Rose 

CHICAGO ST— WEST 

1 A & P Tea Store 
F E Knapp 

C L Keep 

2 W A Benjamin 

3 A Bonfiglio 
I O O F Hall 

4 

5 A L Heimbach 

6 Geo R Pierce 

7 Wm Mitchell 
Frank B Moore 
Mrs W E Hodgman 

8 A H Pierce 

9 D C Allen & Co 

10 Chas F Howe 

11 C B Pennock 
DrLC Hatton 

12 Marco Store 
J R Watson 

13 W H McCort 
Dr G S Hadley 
Dr F G Legg 

14 Harry Lopez 

15 The Tribolet Co 
Dr W H Baldwin 

16 F H Flandermeyer 
Dr S Schultz 
Klingler Printing Co 

17 Burkheiser & Fletchr 
Cement Co 
Woodmen Hall 

E F Ray (rear) 

18 F J Reed 

L F Humphrey 
Shirley R Hadley 

19 Lopez Bros 
Dr N Baldwin 
Dr R E Patterson 

20-22 T A Hilton 

20 Chapman & Thomas 

21 Kingsley Pharmacy 
Dr F W Stewart 

23 Woodward & Sons 

24 S lorn an h Gruner 
E I* Drobnyk 



25 S M National Bank 

Lymon Green 

James Swain 

G W Collins 

Fox & Flanders 
26-28 E R Clarke & Co 

W G Cowell 

Campbell & Johnson 

Dr A G Holbrook 

Dr N E Phelps 
Monroe St 
27 Dorrance Drug Co 
29 

30 ColdwaterNat'lBank 
Taschner &Aebersold 
HH&BE Barlow 
H C Loveridge 

31 Pearce Cigar Store 

32 Savings Bank 
Byers & Brown 
O'M P Lodge Room 
Old Bank Hall 

33 Cotsonis & Courlas 
Dr B R Ferguson 
Maccabee Hall 

34-36 J B Branch & Co 
35 Chas Ross 

Dr E F Gamble 

37 McOmber Restaurant 
C U Champion 

38 Lee Bros 

39 W i se Departm 't S tore 
Palmer & Palmer 

S A Wakeman 
Benevolent Soc Hall 

40 J E Pelkie res 

40- 42 N E Roby 

42 V U Hungerford 

41- 47 W B Tuttle 

41 Drs Williams 
44 O D Chapman 

E J Foster 
46 E D Luedders 
Dr B W Culver 

48 H J Bassett 

49 Venetian Theatre 

50 Parrish & Co 

Dr Geo H Moulton 

51 Stag Cafe 

52 Olds & Johnson 
Fortnightly Club 

53 Nicholas Lopez 
54-58 Milnes Supply Co 
55 L C Coller 

57 Henning & Wicker 
Dr D H Wood 

60 O' Shaugnnessy Bros 
Eagles Hall 
Milnes Hall 

Hanchett St 

61 Kerr Hardware Co 
62-64 Arlington Hotel 
63 

65 Hickey Shoe Shop 

67 Geo E Olmsted 

68 People's Store 



69 Lane Brown 
D of H Hall 

70 

71 Model Bakery 

A P Aalbregtse res 

72 J B Perry & Co 

73 H A Johnson. 
Turner & Son 

74 Sweet & Morgan 
74i W F Sawdey 

Homer Bunnell 

75 Bon Ami Club 

76 Frank L McConkey 
78-82 Gas Co 

Dr E C Freeland 
Dr R W Ridge 
84-88 O J Deabler 

89 New Armory 

90 Fred Hinkley 

92 Gibson & Sutherland 
Julia Stillman 

Clay St 

93 Conover Printing Co 
95 C A Conover 
94-102 Ball & Son 

97 

99 Service Garage 
101 C E Blood 

John A Dustman 

104 Floyd R Crow 

105 L C Mannerow 

106- 108 Harding & Son 

107- 109 Osborn& Tupper 
110 Geo Crawford 

111- 113 Swaffield 

& Hibbard 

112- 136 S Pollock & Son 
117 A W Gibson 

Myron Fulks 

Jos Hamilton 
121 J H Conklin 
127 E J Foster 

Jackson St 
138 Urvia G Barnes 

140 James Drinkwater 

141 C D Sutton 

146 E D Luedders 

Pierson St 

147 L K Harding 

153 Byron S Johnson 

160 B E Barlow 

161 Mrs A E Buck 

165 Mrs Isabel L Baker 

Walnut St 
172 N P Fletcher 

176 Mrs E R Root 

177 Blaine Kinney 
185 Andrew Kerr 

188 A J Fiske 

189 C C Johnson 
194 I E Davis 

197 John Marothy 

207 Mrs A A Nichols 

208 Rev D M MucCluer 
213 Thos B Fox 



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167 



214 Carl Cummins 

Fremont St 
225 L S Daniells 
226 

235 A R Grove 

236 Abner D Brown 
Fred Bunnell 

237 Mrs L C Reed 

243 E C Clark 

244 Alphonso Tyler 

247 Archie W Cole 

248 Pitt A Burch 

Mrs Pearl Kutchey 
253 Herbert F Lee 
256 Mrs Abbie E Foster 
261 Geo H Reed 

266 Theron Grove 

267 Samuel Bater 
270 Mrs B F Rolph 

C J Carlisle 
272 G D Card 
275 L E Kimmel 
280 H E Frederick 
281 

Polk St 

292 Mortimer W Olds 

293 E A Carey 
298 F W Lobdell 
301 James R Elliott 

306 O G Sherburn 

307 Franklin School 
314 Alfred M Kimble 
318 West End Grocery 

323 L L Holdridge 

324 JohnHawley 
327 E H Williams 
330 

334 Wm R Brown 

Jay St 
340-342 Stokes Mfg Co 
350 

Mill St 

357 

358 John Burgess 

375 Mrs Lucy D Simpson 

378 Lloyd Lynd 

Munson St 

383 

389 Jesse E Jones 
394 

397 Mrs F B Johnson 
407 Wm W Ingraham 
416 

419 Albert Smith 

429 Howard Watson 

437 John Pitcher 

443 Seely Chase 

445 Mrs Lucy A Alfred 

480 Leo A Miner 

487 Robert Watson 

516 Mrs Emma T Hulbert 

526 Wm E Miner 

576 

582 

590 E E Butters 
591 



595 Freeman Patch 
649 

665 Benedict Doll 
694 Perrv Outwater 
708 A A "McLaughlin 

Austin Holland 
758 Ray Youngs 

Oak Grove Cemetery 
809 Geo A Burton 

CHURCH ST 

17 CTYapp 

18 Mrs Homer Wickes 

20 Mrs C T Gilbert 

21 L Slomnn 

27 D B Speaker 

28 Willard R Briggs 
33 J A Brown 

N Hudson St 

55 

56 John J Parker 

57 Elizabeth Warren 

58 

63 John Knepper 

64 Mrs Mary A Chubb 
70 Mrs Ardella Davis 

H Ray Zull 
75 Etta A Burton 
77 Mrs Julia E Deuel 

N Jefferson St 
87 S Joe Norton 
95 Mrs J N Davton 
99 Mrs F J Evens 
100 Chas S McCartney 

102 W A Lott 

103 M L Evens 
107 Mrs In a Rose 

Morse St 
232 Leo McNall 
136 Frank J Barrell 
139 James D Mosher 
142 Miriam R Whitehead 
143 

147 Henry E Straight 
148 

150 Jacob H Van Nuys 
152 

157 T H BRuthrauff 
Park Place 

172 

173 L B Olmstead 
176 Adolph Eisen 
193 Edward Kibbe 

DaugherU St 
209 Harry B Adair 
21:3 Geo W Knapp 
227 D Showalter 

CLARKE AVE 

14 Chas Chamberlain 

18 Geo Paradine 

19 Mrs Anna G Williams 
29 

N Hudson St 
86 Mrs Alice M Perrin 



CLARK ST 

4-50 Hellenberg Factory 
66-76 Titus Foundry 
110 Mrs Mae Myers 

CLAY ST— NORTH 

7-15 Warner Med Co 
21 Wm T Ball 

24 Albern Rawson 
Carl Schmidt 

25 Elijah Ball 

26 G A Pitcher 
35 Dennis Tracy 

Harrison St 

44 

50 Mrs Sarah J Pollock 

51 John T Jackson 

55 Parkhurst-holm 

56 Mrs Geo W Fox 
58 E J Odren 

66 Wm J Sweeney * 
Taylor St 

79 Henry C Waterbury 

80 Longfellow School 
85 Wm J Arick 

89 F B Angevine 

97 Robert Kantz 

98 Frank L Earley 

99 M B Downs 
100 Ross Harding 

103 W B Sager 

104 Thos W Rhodes 

Williams St 

114 John Hammer 

115 J D Davis 
118 Wm J Sweet 

123 Harry Burr 

124 Jey Stelfey 

127 Rev O S Martin 

130 Dr J W Martin 

131 Patrick H Sweeney 

132 Chas E Faas 

136 Elba G Abbott 

137 Augusta Hawley 
Waterman Ave 

149 Geo W Harding 
152 Carl M Mannerow 
155 John A Carter 
158 

163 B S Wilcox 

166 Mrs Hezekiah Sweet 

167 

168 Chauncey Young 
174 Mrs Mary C Sherman 
Pelton Ave 

180 Chas Crandall 

181 Geo H Turner 

184 Homer Holt 

185 W E Nivison 

192 Chas E Hoyt 

193 Fred A Burt 
2U0 M V Cook 
201 Fred Hinkley 
204 L C Scheidler 

Mrs Mertie Bates 

205 



168 



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209 E D Harkness 
221 H B Snyder 

CLAY ST— SOUTH 

12 Lane Brown 
14 

19 J H J agger 

22 Fred L Olmsted 

Chas W Spencer 
28 Fred L Olmsted res 

W Pearl St 
53 H W Barber. 
59 Alvin Frost 

64 Peter Buck 

65 Harold H McGrew 
68 Alfred Hilton 

71 Mrs Cora Myers 
78 Geo J Meyers 
83 Fred Hinkley 
86 S E Brewer 

92 Grace W Barron 
W Washington St 

93 Mrs Elizabeth Parker 
96 Mrs L T Goodnow 

101 Walter Kempster 

102 C C Fox 

105 Bert Hutchins 
108 Jesse H Russell 
111 Claud O Miller 
114 Jesse Malarney 

123 W A Flint 

Peckham St 

124 Bernard Lilly 

133 James Imber 

134 Geo W Adams 

136 H V Selby 

137 Merton Wood 

143 Edward P Moffitt 

144 Wesley E Wilbur 
150 G E Kleindinst 
151 

154 C E Baggerly 
159 Edward A Holway 
162 

167 Geo W Johns 

170 G<-o W Clement 

171 Earl Showalter 
174 Eugene Frost 

180 Joseph A Fetterly 

181 John S Deuser 
184 BertE Stockdale 

Race St 
194 Jacob W Hurley 
E Park Ave 
N Y C Ry 
234 Frank Swantek 
S Railroad St 
Division St 
302 Melvin Campbell 
331 Olrr.stead Feed Mill 
33!) Creamery building 
348 W E Gifford 
359 W II Fried rich 
410 



420 C S Wright 

430 

436 

450 Grange Hall 

CONOVER ST 

8 Arthur Johns 

16 Mrs Bertha Wahl 
24 John Bolton 

30 Mrs Anna Pomaranka 
38 Willard A Parshall 
42 Mrs B Feuchter 
52 Alex Bolton 

COOMBS AVE 

17 Wm Harpham 

83 Mrs Almon T Jenkins 

87 Geo A Kemp 

97 Mrs O M Clement 

CRIPPEN ST 

52 Jas E Mitchell 
81 

91 Joseph B Walworth 
CUTTER AVE 

7 

8 Geo S Hopkins 
16 J M Bagley 

19 Dale Manzer 

20 C S Parrish 
23 Geo B Bauder 
26 Geo F Cole 

29 Arthur J Loomis 
34 Ernest Boyer 
39 Wm Sharp 
42 Wm H Denbrock 
45 Louis S Butcher 
52 Mrs A A Olmsted 

56 W Frank Sawdey 

57 Mrs Minerva Holden 

63 Everton Bauder 

64 Clyde Sattison 
71 B H Lucas 

74 Ralph Odell 
79 Mrs David Wolfe 
82 Mrs Mary A Conger 
85 Mrs M O Nivison 
88 Irving Campbell 
93 Henry Cook 

Daugherty St 
99 Jerry Manzer 

112 Geo Lucas 

N Sprague St 

125 Wiley Putnam 

126 

134 Floyd Campbell 

141 Mrs Olive Burleson 

142 Clarence Morris 
148 

155 Chas Sours 

156 Mrs Sarah A Smith 
Grant L Smith 

157 Roy C Birch 
178 

188 Mrs Lee Campbell 



195 Mrs C D Cluff 
Wright St 
212 Chas Smith 
219 Mrs J E Doty 

227 Wm Doty 

228 Otto Carpenter 

230 Cornelius Hogoboom 
245 Fred D Sutherland 
251 Fern E Sharp 
257 Ernest Ferguson 
261 

295 Geo F Holden 
297 Julius B Peavey 
Mrs Lillian Unroe 

DAUGHERTY ST 

43 Wm E Pray 
47 Jennie Nixon 
51 Milton Coffman 

Church St 
62 Lewis E Brantmyer 
75 Rev S W L Scott 
79 Clarence Bellamy 
86 Rev Claude M Keene 
92 Mrs Lucy Draper 
96 Frank Wixon 
Hull St 
148 John A Hankis 

DIVISION ST 

Court House 
Rest Room 
So Mich Garage 
20 Farmers' Mut'llnsCo 
Princess Dress Shop 

31 County Jail 

32 Baptist Church 

Pearl St 

47 Elks Temple 

48 W J Smalley 

58 Mark S Andrews 

62 Mrs John B Shipman 

65 Lester E Rose 

72 Dr B W Culver 

73 Mrs C G Luce 
77 

78 Kidd Corless 

Washington St 

89 Henrv C Clark 

90 Allen J Pratt 

99 Mrs H P Gifford 
Mrs Gideon Long 

106 

107 Frank L Horton 
111 Irvin Sherwood 
113 Mrs Jennie Wright 
119 L H Dibbert 
122 Dr C A Williams 

124 Arthur G Lyon 

125 Mrs Laura Lewis 
J 28 J C Mannerow 
129 

136 Geo L Reynolds 

Perkins St 
143 Z G Osborn 

Willis H Osborn 



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169 



144 B R Amsden 

149 Mrs Arline Chandler 

152 

159 J W Canrike 

J W Canrike, Jr 

160 Chas Sullivan 
168-176 Pratt Mfg Co 

Park Ave 

NYC Ry 
191 Pollock Warehouse 

S Railroad St 
216 Louis Harmon 

Conover St 
219 Geo B Hawkins 

221 Mrs Ella Byers 

222 Patrick Leavy 

223 C D Thompson 

225 David Rubley 

226 Mrs L Pfirrman 
Clarence M Burleson 

234 Frank Miller 
236 Rov Swihart 
241 C W Bennett 

248 Milo George 

249 Mrs Mav Shay 

252 Alfred Sharp 

Sherman St 

253 Dor Cary 

254 Clark Spade 

255 J H Cook 

256 Elmore Musselman 
260-262 Champion 

Brass Works 
265 C A Olmstead 



ELIZABETH ST 

11 Wm Hatheway 

17 Geo A Raymond 

18 L R Brooks 

22 J M Hickey 

23 Mrs Margaret Sorter 

28 Mrs Geo F Collard 

29 Frank Crawford 
33 

37 Wm Elmer Raymond 

ELM ST 

15 Mrs Jennie Gripman 

16 Jacob Nodell 
23 

33 W G Daugherty 

E Pearl St 
56 W H Ward 
60 Fulk Sisters 

62 Chas S Dean 

63 Samuel Ruff 

68 John Schumacher 

69 C R Doty 

E Washington St 

95 
96 

104 Moses H Colvin 
111 Alfred M Clinefelter 
112 

121 E C Hilborn 



122 Kent Prestidge 
Perkins St 

131 W C Trumbull 

132 Horace Stevens 
139 Loren V Clark 
151 John H Clutter 



FREMONT ST— NORTH 

17 Chas Snodgrass 

18 Chas A Conover 

24 H K Saunders 

Harrison St 

25 Chas Pierce 
Harold E Pierce 

34 James Simms 

35 Mrs Chas H Milnes 

36 Wm A Fletcher 

43 E A Brown 

44 W A Stevens 

51 Upham's Grocery 

52 Oscar J Upham 

Henry St 
61 Frank B Atwater 
64 Mrs Jennie R Gilbert 
69 Wm H Miller 

74 Wm W Scott 

75 Hugo Guest 

81 Cassius Vandenburg 

84 Ira J Mix 

86 L B Faurot 

95 

98 

100 Ehrl Crandall 

101 A A Culver 
105 Arthur Tuckey 
108 

113 Mrs A J Hawes 
Waterman Ave 
127 D W Marsh 
151 Mrs Tirzah Hyde 

166 Mrs Dora DePeu 

167 John Vogel 

Hatch Ave 
178 A T Eggleston 
183 F C Allen 
190 Jas Neatie Hunt 
215 Clarence Phil brick 

FREMONT ST— SOUTH 

16 Kate Davis 

26 C A Sherwood 

W Pearl St 

64 Mrs Wm King 

65 Bordine's Shop 

GARFIELD AVE— EAST 

Clark Williams 
Carl Kennery 
F G Taschner 
Augustus Eld red 
Edwin N Quimby 
Don H Rogers 
Geo W Everett 



GARFIELD AVE— WEST 

S W Kempster 
Frederick Sutter 
Alaric L Parker 
Chas Harmon 
Andrew Rzephka 
Geo A Harmon 
Chas Brott 
W S Rogers 
Wm E Treat 
Sylvester J Foy 
Fernando Rathbun 

GRAND ST 

3 Mrs H W Good 
Mrs D O Clark 
Mrs G W VanAken 

11 Mrs A J Aldrich 

19 J D Payne 

Nellie L Driggs 

23 John A Almas 

24 David Vogt 

25 Geo R Pierce 
44 Clyde miliar 

48 E H and F W Fish 

Taylor St 
64 Frank Gamby 

73 John Welch 

74 Frank E Dunham 
F A Hibbard 

78 W H Adams 

81 Roy R Downes 

82 Kittie Eligh 
87 E W Scott 

92 B S Spofford 

93 Samuel Knauss 
99 C A Jennings 

100 W H McCort 
106 Lymon Green 
109 M W Wimer 

Waterman Park 
118 Mrs Ann Smith 

C J Stulting 
W Pierce St 
134 J T Burns 
142 John G Stepper 
147 H E Blackmar 

Waterman Ave 
150 E E Lewis 

157 Mrs Kittie Warsabo 

158 Herman P Re 
166 

171 M D Gust 
174 Lewis Fulks 

W Alden St 
177 Floyd Nulf 
186 
187 

195 S L Parkinson 

196 

199 

202 John A Hach 

203 Roscoe L Graves 

207 Burnese S Harkness 

208 Mrs Rhoda V Yockey 



170 



DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



209 Norman C Kimble 
W Montgomery St 
214 John Hardenbrook 
228 Willis T Johnson 
231 

242 A M Kyser 
Owen C Hays 
Liberty St 

258 

267 Al vah D Eldred 
Parkhurst Ave 
274 W D Hawley 
300 John Jackson 
310 Wm E Shaw 
324 James L Hiesrodt 

335 O W Hoyt 

336 James McCook 
351 Fred J Dunks 

Prank A Purdy 
386 James Fox 
389 F C Morey 
409 Chas Smith 
420 Mrs U Sherman 

Chas Cline 
427 Fred Purdy 
480 Ida D Bennett 
499 Richard J Bishop 
525 Warren E Boughton 

GREEN ST 

8 Engene Juckett 
16 Solomon Gruber 
17 

20 Eugene Patch 

27 Mrs Levi Knepp 
28 

Charles St 

51 . 

52 Chas Shenefield 
55 A W Fox 

Whitten Ave 
65 Munson Otis 

78 Mrs A S Hill 

79 Frederic D Young 
91 

* 99 Mrs J G Dingmon 

HANCHETT ST — NORTH 

12 Milnes Bakery 
16 Harding's Livery 
17-19 S M Grocer Co 

22- 24 Carle Feed Sheds 

23- 25 W H Schmedlen 

28 Dr Lloyd Peterson 
29-31 Coldwater Garage 

33 Hotel Denbrock 

34 Mrs Kim ma Noyes 

Harrison St 

44 Clarence Strong 

45 Jay H icsrodt 

50 Mrs Rebecca Jon^s 
55 

58 C W Bennett 

R \i Travis 
67 Mrb Olive Barnes 



68 John Sprague 

Mrs Elsie L Calkins 
71 W B Hutchins 

75 Whitten Sisters 

76 A H" Pierce 

Mrs Nancy E Knapp 
Taylor St 

84 Francis Ryder 

85 Mrs ElizabethVaughn 

94 Mrs Alice French 

95 Mrs Harriet A Rose 
98 E P Feller 

101 Dr Lloyd Peterson 

102 Ford McNall 
107 Walter Gordon 
111 Henry W Schubel 

Clizbe & Fletcher 

121 Geo E Olmsted 
131 W H Milnes 
137 Geo W Klock 

HANCHETT ST— SOUTH 

11 Reporter Office 

12 Kerr's Harness Shop 

13 W C Wilder 
14-16 Opera House 
17 John A Baggerly 

Dr T L Bott 
20 Box Factory 

24 Peter A Sandt 
Mrs Jennie Mower 

27 Colonel Marquette 

28 Strong's Feed Sheds 

HARRISON ST 

11 Fred F Flanders 
17 

20 E Nelson Masters 

25 James Watson 
26 

30 Chas A Spaulding 

31 Stanlev Herring 

N Clay St 
59 Dr N Baldwin 
64 Mrs Jessie Faurot 
71 John L Warren 
76 John O'Shaughnessy 

78 St Charles Rectory 

79 St Charles School 
82 St Charles Church 
90 St Charles Convent 
94 L F Doty 

98 Wm Eckmyre 
Pierson St 

107 S M Teachout 

108 Lee H Jepson 
115 Will Russell 

119 Mrs Orval Markley 

122 Albert A Sherman 

125 Evalyn Squires 

126 Ralph K Whipple 

127 Mrs A A McLaughlin 
131 Mrs Lillian Paul 

132 

137 W C Cook 



138 Floyd R Crow 

145 F T Eddy 

146 C C Rosecrants 
149 Wm S Watson 

153 Orton A Turner 

154 Mrs Jennie Stockdale 

158 Mrs Geo Ralston 

HATCH AVE 

20 Mrs Mary R Burns 

35 Rev James Allen 
45 

57 Wm Pierce 
77 Jesse Walker 

HENRY ST 

14 Mrs Jane Daly 

15 Mrs John Fitzpatrick 

21 Mrs Emeline Gilson 
Mrs Wm O'Mara 

22 Geo W Lampman 
28 Mrs Lole J Olmsted 
29 

Orchard St 

36 Marshall Henry 

37 Roy E Graves 

43 Mrs Hattie Harris 

44 John B Southworth 

45 Jerome Macky 

48 Mrs J H Raymond 

49 E R Beers 
53 Dick Turner 
64 

N Fremont St 

93 L F Burrows 

94 Robert Rattray 
99 C A Barton 

100 CF and Flo vd Harris 

105 Bert Hicks 

106 Mrs Cerinda Mapes 
112 Mrs Carrie E Strobec 
118 

124 Perry A Hibbard 

N Polk St 
136 C F Stafleldt 
140 R A Spencer 
148 Gertrude Holiday 
151 James Bolton 

154 C E Blood 

155 H L Bornstein 
Geo H Kappler 

159 Mrs Elizabeth Forbes 
160 

163 

169 J H Ryder 
170 

Green St 

180 Mrs Evolyn Bennett 

181 D B Worthington 
185 Mark Hadbrnd 

191 Lewis E Pierce 

192 Franklin Eaton 
198 W F Young 

204 Albert C Scaggs 

205 Dighton Kimball 



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171 



212 Frank L Graham 
217 FraDk L Bair 
218 

223 Mrs Mattie Hutch ins 
228 Burdette Holmes 

HERBERT ST 

57 Harry C Zoeller 

HOOKER ST 

4 Jack Ball 
S Jefferson St 

53 Mrs M Mohrhardt 

54 Wilson W Smith 

58 Mrs Lizzie Mannerow 
Mrs Emma Doerr 

59 Mrs Catherine 

Echtinaw 
64 A Rodebaugh 

67 Mrs Amelia Schwartz 

68 W W Burch 

74 Oliver D Voorhees 

75 Leo W Carls 

Crippen St 
86 Ralph H Perk 

91 Wm H Perk 

92 August Ott 

97 Chas M Rapp 
103 

113 Arthur Bidwell 

HUDSON ST— NORTH 

11 King's Daughters 
15 Mrs Emma Bailey 

21 Mrs Effie Williams 

22 Geo C Bauman 

23 Jesse J Hickey 
28 Ralph Phillips 

34 Rev Samuel Stroh 

35 G P Barnard 

Church St 
44 Wesleyan Church 
53 Mrs Will S Chandler 

55 Mrs Ann W Treat 

57 H A Close 

58 Dr N E Phelps 

59 O M Swank 

63 Mrs A E Pearce 

64 Geo W Collins 
Wayne Pellett 

75 Mrs E B Lyman 
76 

Hull St 

102 W E Cobean 

103 Frank N Williams 

106 Mrs Maie Boone 

107 A F Mason 
110 Carl J Martin 

115 Geo B Locke 

116 Mrs Geo Snyder 

121 J W Tappen 
Daniel Merritt 

122 H J Grinnell 
125 Sarah Echtinaw 

Mrs Matie Wixon 



130 Beman J Frederick 

137 B B Gorman 

138 Mrs Sidney Field 

143 Mrs J M Rawson 

144 Fred C Wolcott 

150 Dr F G Legg 

151 W T H Bingham 
Mrs C H Brown 

159 Mrs AmandaR Fulton 
Edward J Ford 

160 Dr G S Hadley 

E Pierce St 

179 W W Preston 

180 C A Radebaugh 

188 Mrs Eleanor C Moore 

189 D B D Cady 

195 S M Lutes 

196 Frank E Speaker 

203 D TMcNickle 

204 Jerome Strickland 
J E Fuller 

E Alden St 

213 Fred J Reed 

214 W niton Kemp 

220 Ernest H Luedders 

221 H K Barrack 
227 Mrs V A Donley 
234 L M M arsh 

E Montgomery St 

245 

246 F C Wagar 
256 C D Wentworth 
260 

262 Carl B Busch 

263 J C Bradway 

265 Robert N Preston 
267 Mrs Ola Stahl 

Glenn A Fox 
271 Burdette Ely 

Elizabeth St 
283 Mrs Hattie Sanford 
291 W L Vicory 
306 Henry W Steenman 
311 

Abbott Ave 
319 Geo W Carpenter 
321 

325 

Coombs Ave 

345 Frank Bedell 

346 W H Stauder 

347 Wm H VanBlarcum 
348 

353 O A Fry 

354 Mrs Mary Tappan 

Clarke Ave 

377 

384 Mrs J C Parkhurst 



HUDSON ST— SOUTH 

9 Church of Christ 
10 Loring Machine Shop 
20-22 Treat & Son 
21 F W Treat 
25 Geo L Snyder 



33 W G Clark 

E Pearl St 
53 Misses Stowe 
57 Mrs Lizzie S Atyeo 
65 C H Peterson 
71 Mrs Helen Lumbard 

81 Mrs David Trump 
E Washington St 

94 D A Buck 

97 Mrs Eva Makyes 
100 Mrs C E Herendeen 
108 H Milton Burch 

111 John L Morgan 

112 Eva Aldrich 

116 Mrs Edward Stone 

120 Mrs Martha Bower 

121 Benj A Wilkins 
127 D Alden Harris 

Perkins St 

140 Julius Guiteau 

141 Ralph A Holbrook 
145 Leon Jordan 

148 Ross Rabien 

153 Mrs Amelia Grundy 

154 Mrs Carrie Fitzgerald 

160 Mrs Nellie G Conklin 

161 W W McNitt 
169 Leo E Graves 

HULL ST 

17 Samuel F Murray 

18 Dr S Schultz 

22 E H Gibson 

23 W C Bailey 

26 James Swain 

27 W R McNaughton 
33 S C Boucher 

35 Francis H Welch 

36 T E Smith 

41 W S Lockwood 

N Hudson St 
57 Walter H Reed 
67 Scott McLane 
70 Geo J Ebenhack 
76 

79 Wm Lucas 

82 Mrs Geo T Culver 
85 Mrs R R George 
88 J F Thompson 

N Jefferson St 
97 Spencer Weage 
Walter Titus 

107 

110 Washington School 
115 John R Lucas 
Morse St 

136 F E Wilkins 

137 J L Harris 

141 Joe Gibbins 

142 Mrs Mary Macarey 
O R Kingsley 

145 Annie Seely 

146 O B Wheeler 
153 David McMahon 
159 Geo F Lipps 



172 



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165 Mattie Ripley 
Park Place 
169 Mrs Jasper Sprague 
175 C N Ferguson 
181 Milton F Morgan 
186 Clarence R Morris 
191 A I Carle 
195 Milton J Sheets 
200 Geo E German 

Daugherty St 
218 David Wiser 
221 Geo A P Faust 
225 Lewis K Zirn 
234 Fred G VanAntwerp 
245 Mrs Geo S Barker 
249 Albert F Meyers 
260 O A Bailey 
273 Mrs Cora B Rice 
293 Samuel O Larrabee 

296 Eli Manzer 

297 J L Belote 



JACKSON ST 

11 Mrs Christeen Gross 

17 O J Deabler 

18 O C Griffin 

W Pearl St 
56 J H Miller 

59 Mrs A W Russell 

60 A C Sutherland 

63 A E Balcom 

64 G W St Clair 

71 Carl H Klemm 

72 H L Goss 

75 W C Hurley 

80 Mrs B H Calkins 

JoeH Elliott 
79 Jos Melman 
84 

87 Roy H Johnson 

89 Geo W Cleveland 
W E Towers 

90 Mrs Clara M Andersn 
96 W J Roach 

99 Fred I Gresley 
102 E P Drobnvk 
104 Wm H McAllister 
109 John C Smallshaw 

111 Mrs Martha Welch 

112 Frank H Hart 

117 Roy Parkinson 

118 Matthew Doris 

122 Floyd J France 

123 Mrs Mae Quimby 

Pecknam St 

134 Frank Burch 

135 Carl Holden 

140 E W Little 

141 Wm Zoboski 

142 B H Musser 
147 Jerry Mo y lan 
152 Paul L Lake 
L56 A McEndarffer 
L59 Edith C Knapp 

100 Mrs Hmrna Sanford I 



107 Thomas Clunan 

172 Emery McVay 

173 Nelson Russell 
170 Chas L Pitcher 
181 R T Tuckey 

184 Chas W Dailey 

185 Samuel Ely a 
194 Frank Green 

JAY ST 

14 
19 

22 Alonzo Norton 

23 Howard Johnson 

W Pearl St 
170 Oral W Butcher 
191 Mrs Charlotte Curtis 
230 John Wells 
Race St 
320 C H Smith 

Van Aken Greenhouse 
335 Libby, McNeill 

& Libby 

NYCRy 

400 Mrs Catherine Young 

401 Mrs Ellen McKenzie 
405 Oak Warford 

JFFFERSON ST — NORTH 

11 L L Livermore 

17 R M Saunders 

18 Roy J Shattuck 
21 L F Humphrey 

23 Seibert Walter 

24 Mrs A Mclntrye 
28 Chas Ross 

30 

31 Chas E Tracy 

33 Will Juckett 

35 Mrs H Nicholson 

Church St 
55 Wm R Cerrow 
50 Wm Jacobs 

Washington School 
01 Mrs Delia Dorsey 
05 Mrs Elsie Lockerbv 
09 Edgar E Sears 

Hull St 
90 E W Wilbur 
102 Mrs Susan Gowdy 
105 L R Barnes 

108 Alfred Able 

109 E F Pangburn 
112 Fred E Hedtke 
115 D W Hartranft 
120 Mrs Catherine Helm 
123 Mrs Geo B Phinney 

S E Tupper 
126 L E Perry 
131 Henry J Knepp 

137 Mrs Emma Lucas 

138 Mrs H Timerson 
142 Peter Gillespie 
145 Frank E Lyon 

151 Leo L Kinter 

152 Mrs L R Taylor 



152 C D Lalmaugh 
155 

150 Robert Harris 

100 A A Shulander 

101 M Rowley 

JEFFERSON ST— SOUTH 

22 

East Pearl St 
52 Mrs W M Allgood 

58 H L Burroughs 

59 Dale Rogers 

03 Mrs Plona Dunham 
John N St Clair 

04 Chas B Huff 

69 Mrs Emily Baker 

70 J T Henneghan 
73 Robt Baldwin 

78 Mrs M E Bates 

79 Jay Baker 

E Washington St 
89 Martin Lilly 
95 Mrs Belle Sinclair 
98 

99 Ruel A Wilcox 

102 Myron F Smith 
107 

108 Ira Quackenbush 
111 Geo S Molby 
114 C B Schrontz 
118 Rev E H Felten 

121 Mrs Wm P Norton 

122 Lutheran School 
125 Benj F Estlow 
130 Lutheran Church 

Perkins St 
139 James J Zerba 
142 Fred Markoff 
145 Rev Chas W Miller 
150 Mary L Messenger 
155 Mrs M Gibson 
150 John Hilton 
159 G Floyd Fuller 
100 H J Allen 
102 JL Morgan's Store 

E Park Ave 
NYCRy 

189 J B Hellenberg Co 

190 D M Loose 

195 Michael Dawson 
190 

201 Gustav Hellenberg 
204 Chas R Thompson 
211 

214 Geo A Monroe 
Hooker St 

223 Mrs Eliza Parker 

224 Frank B Tuckey 
230 A F Terpening 
231 

237 John A Urban 

238 Michael S Heenan 

244 Joseph Hayes 

245 Otto Hellenberg 
250 

Tibbits St 



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173 



255 Carl H Rapp 

256 Mabel Stygles 
263 W H Harder 
266 Frank J Vroman 

270 Evert J Quimby 

271 Mrs Stella Randall 
278 H Golchert 

282 H H Carls 

Lawton Ave 

283 Llewellvn Smith 
289 Mrs John Kucza 

295 John E Morehouse 

296 Oscar Jordan 
301 

311 Claud Lampman 
312 

328 Carls' Tannery 
359 Richard Chapman 
368 Henry Dryer 
384 Emil Andersen 
391 

418 Ernest H Hofert 
LAWTON AVE 

29 

LIBERTY ST 

21 A D MacQueen 

22 Mrs Neta Allen 
151 A N Monroe 

LILLY ST 

21 Stephen Smoker 

MARSHALL ST 

26 Methodist Church 
29 

34 Harry P Alger 

Church St 
52 Presbvterian Church 
62 Rev R A Wright 

69 Vogt's Greenhouses 

70 Chas L Keep 
73 A A Vogt 
76 John Ball 

Hull St 
81 Mrs Stella Pierce 

87 A L Smith 

88 E F Ray 

Taylor St 
97 Fred W Lane 
Mrs Jennie Miller 
102 Chas T Cornwell 
Chas S Cornwell 
107 Chas C King 
111 Herman Kester 

119 A W Grice 

120 Thurlow Titus 

124 Mrs F E Newberry 

125 F L McConkey 

132 Joseph R Watson 

133 Frank B Kennedy 

139 Ray A Broughton 

140 Harrison L Milnes 
145 Cash Taylor 



148 W C Fluke 
151 L J Homes 
Pierce St 

162 Eva Dickinson 

163 Chas A Pollock 
165 

176 Chas H Dickinson 
179 Harry Lind 
182 Harry W Parker 
185 Chas F Howe 
188 J B Branch 

193 Frank E Calkins 

194 Geo Ball 

Alden St 

203 Fred A Swain 

204 Ray W Grove 
210 W J Selby 

213 Thos L Cecil 

214 A A P Unangst 
217 Howard K Ford 
220 

224 Mrs Maria Granger 

225 Thos Black 

Montgomery St 
235 J W Jordan 
238 Thomas E Walker 

241 Edgar Gresley 

242 Chas D Cogshall 
247 Edwin M Basom 

251 Walter Kennard 

252 Francis Granger 
256 

Liberty St 

265 E S Whaley 

266 Chas F Barnes 

271 Mrs J D Corless 

272 Roy Wolf 

273 C E Tracy's Store 

Elizabeth St 
279 Mrs Frances Petch 
282 Geo Raymond 

288 Harold E Cole 

289 A S Hungerford 

294 Henry Derrickson 

295 Dr F W Stewart 
299 Wm Nye- 

304 John Anton 

311 Gideon S Thomas 

313 Grant Crawford 

314 Edward T Waffle 

Abbott Ave 
317 Frank C Ball 
325 Fred R Farwell 

333 Mrs Alice Rice 

334 John Stahlnecker 
337 S G Brainard 

Coombs Ave 
339 Mrs J M Radebaugh 
341 Mrs J W Ferns 

Clarke Ave 

Branch Ave 
462 Edgar E Himebaugh 
47i R N Shoemaker 



MILL ST 

14 Wm J Mahaffey 
20 Claude B Boyer 

26 Jas F Jackson 

28 Wm C Kollmorgen 
Coombs "A" Mill 

MICH AVE— NORTH 

C H Richards 
Chas Foy 
Benj J Lafene 

MICH AVE— SOUTH 

Edward Pomaranka 
Chas Mead 

MONROE ST— NORTH 

5 Cement Co Office 
9 W C Bailey 

10 Godden's Cleaning 

Works 
Fred W Godden res 

11 Fred A Burt 

12 G E Kleindinst 

13 A Eisen 

14 H A Hawes 
15-19 Branch Mfg Co 

16 Sanitary IceCreamCo 

C E Kibbe (rear) 
18 Coombs Milling Co 

23 S M Telephone Co 

24 Mrs Neil Merrill 

25 Mrs Jennie M Bassett 

27 E R Crandall 

28 Carl H Kinney 
33 Henry Legge 
37 

38 L J Doy 
45 H A Hawes 
48 H N Bidelman 
E A Bidelman 
53 Clare E Wise 

56 Mrs E C Brass 

57 Wm H Schmedlen 
60 Mrs Emily Mills 

65 Mrs Geo Greenwood 

66 B A Mann 

73 Arthur E Robinson 
79 Wm A Westendarp 

MONROE ST— SOUTH 

3 Woodward & Sons 

5 Roy J Shattuck 
Fred E Hedtke 

6 Palace Cafe 

7 Bessie Kerr 

8 W J Roberts 

9 Chas W Chapman 

10 W M Paddock 
C Macky res 

11 American Ry Ex Co 

12 Goss Billiard Hall 
Mrs S Andrews res 
Mrs Eva Hiesrodt res 



174 



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13 A B Walker 

14 Coldw Plumbing Co 
W C Cabeen res 

15 W U Telegraph Office 

16 Fred W Pish 
17-19 City Hall 
18 

20 C A Newman 

21 George J Meyers 
22 

23 MHnsell& Kappler 
25-31 Postoffice 
26 Peter Vassil 
26i Fred J Makyes 
28 L L Calkins & Co 

Ellen Cook res 
30 Peter A Sandt 
32 Taylor's Cream 

Station 

Mrs M Carrigan res 
W Pearl St 

Regal Engine Works 
40 John F Laura 
42 

43-55 Legg Lumber Co 
54 Mrs Lydia Sweet 

56- 58 Coldw Bread Co 
581 W M Paddock res 

H B Loomis res 

57- 65 VanAken Bros 
Bellamy & Son 

60 Philip Rosbrugh res 
Coldw Bottling Wks 

66 Coldw Dye Works 
H M Parker 

67 Mrs Elizabeth Willets 
Ensign Olmsted 

70 D E Sanford 
73 Mrs Samuel Fisk 
W Washington St 
86 Mrs Orpha York 

89 Mrs F A Fairbanks 
Wm Mitchell 

90 Mrs Emma Mix 
95 Melvin Clark 

100 Dwight A Bolster 

104 Thos J Nixon 

105 Glenn Milhan 
Rebecca J Downs 

108 John H Clement 
111 M J VanAken 

114 Mrs E S Hunt 

Peckham St 

115 M F Hiesrodt 
123 Mrs H B George 
126 Edwin K Bennett 
129 Adelbert Wickes 

133 Frank E Knapp 

134 Mrs W G Crippen 
C B Wilcox 

139 Elmer VanWormer 

140 Mrs Cora Baker 
142 DA Merrill 

145 Dora Newton 

146 F M Craig 
E W Treat 



149 Mrs Maud Carpenter 
155 F E McBride 

158 John E Dermott 

159 D S Green amy er 
163 

164 Branch Co Creamery 

170 F M Craig's Grocery 

171 Geo Frost 
172-174 Hotel Emery 
175 C L Pitcher 

NYC Station 

MONTGOMERY ST— EAST 

19 Mrs Alfred Chi vers 
25 Frank W Morey 
28 D N Tripp 

31 Don WHoopingarner 
36 Alfred Linsey 

37 

40 Edward Godfrey 

41 John Hartman 

N Hudson St 

69 Mrs Milan Wheeler 
75 Chas Frost 

80 Joseph Soldatt 

81 Fred W Day 
86 A J Adams 
89 

92 

95 Phillip J Bishop 
96 

MONTGOMERY ST— WEST 

19 Mrs Minnie Corless 

20 C H Bard 

21 Mrs H J Tift 

25 J I Carpenter 

26 Wm N Logan 

32 Rev GeoCWhitcomb 

33 Martin B Sweet 

39 Mrs Irene Tompkins 

40 C F Crawford 

44 Mrs Cora B Sheets 

45 Mrs Carrie N Finney 
49 Wm J Minter 

52 Mrs Iva Markley 

53 Cora Jordan 
57 

60 Grant Lockwood 
63 Bert Davis 

70 Francis N Grove 

71 John R Gregg 
77 

78 Homer H Brown 

86 

90 Carroll I Case 
MORSE ST 

11 

17 A J Furgason 

22 Fred C Fu lkerson 
24 Joseph B Perrv 

30 Mrs H C Simons 

31 J H Osborn 

33 Dr R W Ridge 



34 Spencer Martin 

35 A R Kibbe 

40 F P Houghtaling 

Church St 
44 Carrie J Whitehead 
56 Mrs Harriet Nichols 
60 Scott B Stout 
64 Mrs Wm B Downer 
74 L M VanDeventer 
Hull St 

94 Mrs Eli D Tift 

95 Lucas Bros' Store 

96 B E Hall 

98 Mrs Lettie Ransford 
103 Mrs Sarah Ruger 

110 Mrs Augusta Abbott 

111 Lottie M Riggs 
115 Byron M Miner 

123 Mrs Etta L Stafford 

124 H E Weage 

Cutter Ave 
127 Mrs M C Stoughton 
131 Earl Ryan 
139 

142 Ebenezer Post 
146 Mrs H E Jackson 
151 

152 L Dean Steffey 

160 Mrs Julia Grimm 

161 Mrs Nevia Bordner 

Smith St 
173 Marian Loring 

E Pierce St 
193 J Agnes Smullen 
198 BFVanVredenburgh 
202 Princess Mfg Co 
221 Edson S Taylor 
Mrs Cora M Trotter 

E Alden St 
231 Leroy Olmstead 
241 F L Fuller 
249 Watt Taylor 

E Montgomery St 
263 S A Bis bee 
271 Mrs M Alta Gresley 
281 W O Larrabee 
289 Fred E Flanders 
297 

420 John VanDyke 
426 Robert Fisher 
432 

MUNSON ST 

16 S E Deal 

24 Wm E Markham 

27 Mrs Bell Clark 

31 Elmer F Bates 

35 

51 Mrs Elizabeth Evans 
57 Chas E Reynolds 
60 Arnold H Raymond 
63 Clyde H Hutchins 
100 



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175 



ORCHARD ST 

7 Samuel F Smith 
19 

20 David Bender 

25 Samuel Burns 

26 Miles A DeClute 
36 Mrs Helen Howard 

39 Mrs Helen Cahill 

40 Mrs Chas C Keyes 

PARK PLACE 

10 Sanford A Loring 

11 Mrs E C Lockwood 

19 Rev C L Barnhart 

20 Fred J Conklin 
24 LH Harris 

27 OG Kellogg 

28 Louis F Haight 

PARK ST 

3 Chas H Wirt 

4 V U Hungerford 
24 Lee T Dubendorf 

PARK AVE— EAST 

21 Mrs A J Parsons 
27 Wesley F Price 

39 Daniel Cary 

45 Mrs David Johns 
49 Sherman Case 

59 Mrs Mary Maynard 
S Hudson St 

75 J L Morgan's Store 
S Jefferson St 

93 Geo A Kemp's Store 

97 Chas Teall 

99 Harry Gage 
107 Allen A Gilbert 
125 Coal Yard 
135 

139 Mrs A Nachbauer 

145 Mrs Maria Hurst 

149 John W Hurst 

155 Wm H Leaf 

161 Alonzo W Mickle 

173 Mrs Sarah L Clark 

189 

193 Walter Urban 

PARK AVE— WEST 

40 Grovener J Daniells 

46 Albert Otis 

PARKHURST AVE 

100 

PEARL ST— EAST 

23 Herbert M Blnke 
27 Chas L VanOrsdal 
30 Lincoln School 
35 Don M Carroll 
S Hudson St 



46 Joseph J Stevens 

53 Mrs Delia Landis 

54 Mrs Nellie M Roode 

58 Wm W Hoyt 

59 A L Heimbach 

64 Mrs Geo F Nivison 

65 Willis E Goodnow 

71 Geo C Turner 

72 Ervin Speaker 
76 

S Jefferson St 

84 A E Thompson 

85 Lucius M Wing 
Sigmund L Wing 
Harry C Burd 

94 Park Sharts 
97 Chas S Smith 
100 Chas F Carpenter 

103 Mrs John M Crocker 

104 Mrs Annette Chase 
109 Mrs A W Hugunin 
112 

115 Thos S Osborn 

116 Wm F Taylor 

122 Chas A Gaines 

123 Mrs Clara Swift 

128 R W Becker 

129 Eugene M Swaffield 
133 Mrs Minnie Kramer 

Benj Kramer 
136 Mrs Henry Huested 
138 Sena Sherman 

141 W E Rupright 

142 Mrs Cora B Williams 
Waltus VanFleet 

146 M Tyler 

148 Henry L Brown 

151 G O Gallap 

153 W H King 

154 

164 Mrs M Truesdell 
Mrs Martha Porter 
Lincoln St 

169 D S Etheridge 

170 Ervin J Cary 
175 W H Wieand 

179 Dr E C Freeland 

180 Clarence R Osborn 

183 H Ehrle Schmedlen 

184 J L Curts 

187 John Kloosterman 
190 Mrs Marie Goss 
194 E C Baxter 
Leo L Goss 
Elm St 
210 Louie F Hildebrand 
212 E D Parke 
225 Bernice Phinney 
226 

229 Clifton Holmes 
234 Geo H Stickle 

244 Willis E Phinney 

245 Francis Tompkins 

252 C L Nash 

253 Mrs Sarah Knecht 



PEARL ST— WEST 

Baptist Church 

15 Colonial Annex 
Loren E Shultz 

16 S Collins Wendell 
18 Mrs Ida M Wilcox 
20 

22 Sun and Star Office 
John S Evans res 

25 Up To-Date Coal Co 

28 Postoffice 

35 Legg Lumber Co 
S Monroe St 

45-51 Regal Engine Co 

55 Mrs T W Mudgett 

58 Edwin Mansell 

61 Mrs Sarah Rose 
Mrs Alice Mains 

66 John G Nagle' 

68 Fred Denbrock 

71 Mrs A F Chandler 
S Hanchett St 

79 Henry H Barlow 

87 Mrs Carrie Crampton 

89 Mrs Alma K Gardner 

90 Daniel G Parker 

97 Mrs Caroline Parker 
99 Arthur Clearwater 
100 Mrs Neal Sawyer 
S Clay St 

109 T A Hilton 

110 T E Johnson 
115 Mrs W C Sorter 

120 Mrs Amos Gardner 

121 Mrs W E Hodgman 
126 Mrs Elizabeth Ives 
133 Clarence S Vincent 
136 Myron Ferguson 

143 Sherman Havens 

144 Morton J Gowdy 

Jackson St 
155 Albert P Hawks 
160 Milo N Odren 

165 E Groves 

166 Harry P Woodward 
176 Mrs Anna Freeman 
186 Harry A Cocks 

191 Dr W A Griffith 
Ross Pelton 
L L Godden 
Walnut St 

199 Cora L Allen 

200 Mrs A J Dorrance 
Mrs Ada Cleveland 
C D Wright 

Mrs Daisy Bender 
208 O D Chapman 
211 Fred W Moore 
214 Bernie L VanAken 
219 Delorma Brown 

224 Fred A West 

225 Robert J Hamilton 
232 Mrs F E Morgan 

S Fremont St 



176 



DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



241 Mrs A Wesley Merritt 
Mrs Helen R Sweet 

242 R N Sanderson 
251 Mrs Mary Fowler 
254 Mrs Eunice Carleton 

Mrs Lillie C Hatch 

260 

263 David C Allen 

264 Leo C Perk 

269 Edward H Jackson 

270 Mrs Charlotte Parker 

273 Ray R Bailey 

274 Arno Baker 

281 John C Gamby 

282 Mrs C W Mannerow 
285 Frank J Pelling 

290 Daniel Meese 

293 

299 

300 Mrs Rose Latta 
S Polk St 

310 Frank W Bellamy 

311 Mrs. Jennie Wirley 
318 Dell Willis 

321 John A Brings 

322 Ralph S Storr 
330 Franklin School 

341 Chas D Clement 

342 Wm Eggleston 

PECKHAM ST 

12 John Odren 

14 Cortland Clement 
15 

17 Starr A Parrish 

18 Mrs A Flandermeyer 
23 

24 Wm Davis 
27 DrTL Bott 

S Clay St 
56 Frank A Brown 

67 Wm B Sherman 

68 Fred E Ferguson 
71 Nathan A Angel 

74 Chester A Newman 

80 Mrs Chas S Stuart 

81 Claude D Filkins 

83 Cyrus C Cook 

84 Guy S Feller 

Jackson St 
112 Edward Bowman 

118 Ira R Adams 

119 Luther Gallap 
123 Peter Bartlow 

127 Edward F Davis 

128 Clement A Crane 

136 Mrs Dora Kinsman 

137 Corydon M Fenner 

PELTON AVE 

15 Floyd H Randall 
L6 I Bridget Hickey 

25 11 I '.John son 

26 Frank Brady 

29 Mra Harriet W Taylor 



30 Mrs Solomon Good 

31 Hugh White 
39 Alfred Bloom 

43 Wm T Stansell 

44 Kurt H Neisius 
69 Edgar Sparks 

101 Edward F Evans 

PERKINS ST 

5 

10 
16 

17 I D Taylor 
21 Jacob L Bitz 
24 Hiram J Corless 

27 Corvis C Miller 

31 Jay Cook 

32 Barry Wendorf 

38 Fred G Norris 

39 George Stewart 

42 Lloyd Morgan 

43 Peter Vassil 

49 Homer E Withington 
S Hudson St 
S Jefferson St 
99 Mrs Ellen Drohan 

102 Mrs Mattie Oberlin 

105 Hiram W Sutton 

106 F A Steward 

114 Clinton Robinson 

115 Mrs Lilla M Jackson 

122 Hart E Nichols 

123 Wm Harmon 

126 Mrs A B Cleveland 
129 Free Meth' Church 
132 Henry Parker 
139 Erwin Weller 
142 Jas H Lincoln 
145 Edw D Baker 
148 Albert E Leaf 
155 Mrs Mary K Osmun 

162 Mrs Ruth Mickle 

163 Mrs Sarah Palmatier 
169 A B Ransom 

172 Henry Hudson 

176 Alvin Moffitt 

177 Vernon R Bevier 
183 Mrs Allen Corson 

194 John K Sheets 

195 Clarence Rosenbrook 

199 Mrs L Abramson 

200 Frank A Hurley 

Elm St 
236 Arthur E Teller 
237 

240 George D June 

241 Francis M Twomley 
250 Energy M Sweet 

PIERCE ST—EAST 

19 Frank B Moore 

28 Mrs W H Compton 

29 Edward D Legg 

30 J A Leidy 

35 Ml la U Murphey 



40 Norman A Reynolds 
43 Mrs Sarah Benedict 

N Hudson St 
59 Mrs Moses Smith 

Mrs Helena M Hunt 
63 Ralph D Phinney 
67 Frank I Post 
70 Chas Cornell 
77 Ivan W Dorsey 
80 Starr Corless 

83 E W Dunks 

84 Edgar A Miner 
89 Edward C Allen 
90 

93 Fred Allen 

N Jefferson St 

100 Mrs Harriet Ellston 
Chas J Ellston 

101 Wm H McCarty 
111 

112 Mrs Vesta Eldred 
PIERCE ST— WEST 

19 

20 Edwin Wheeler 
25 

26 L C Coller 

29 Myron Fox 

30 John Morsman 
36 John H Wiler 

41 Ratio V Becker 
44 

PIERSON ST 

32 J S Davis 

33 Stephen M Teachout 

Harrison St 
41 Lee H Jepson 
45 Robert Oxenham 
51 

55 Mary A Sullivan 

56 Bartlett M Fletcher 

Taylor St 
59 John Cunningham 
65 A B Manwarren 
74 

Henry St 

76 Mrs Libbie Erdle 

77 Wm M Jackson 
87 Daniel B Crapo 
91 Dalton Allen 

94 T W Phibbs 
Williams St 

97 

195 Mrs Mary JDennison 
109 Matthew L D Hickey 

113 Frank Osborn 

POLK ST NORTH 

17 Mabel Friedrich 

21 Dr E W Ryan 

22 Joseph Corson 
27 

28 

33 Mrs Nellie J Nyssen 

34 Roland G Scheidler 



DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



177 



38 Oliver Olinger 
Samuel Y Abbott 

39 John A Baggerly 

Henry St 
54 Mrs K R Sheldon 
61 Albert Binn 
66 Mrs Ida B O'Mara 
71 Ben Filkins 

73 Nelson J Myers 

74 Joseph S Burkholder 

82 Timothy Jones 

83 L D Wood 

Charles St 

84 Harry Quimby 
86 Willis Minniear 
90 Mrs Mary Stinson 
97 Arthur W Buck 

101 John Seiler 

Waterman Ave 
109 Wm E Mundy 
113 Chas J McNall 
119 L L Hawley 
122 

POLK ST— SOUTH 

18 Anna E VanTassel 
22 Arthur E Root 

24 Loren M Paddock 
51 Harry Cole 

PRESTON ST 

26 Thos Chapman 
36 Gus Smithpeter 

RACE ST 

11 

16 John R Deuser, Jr 

17 Eben L Butterworth 

19 Samuel Payne 

22 Tobias J McGrew 

25 Chas W Chapman 

26 George E Hiesrodt 
34 

35 Mrs Julia R Donahue 

42 Edward Greenich 

43 James Wellington 

49 Elmer L Pixley 

50 Frank McEgan 
57 John Maloney 

Jackson St 
63 Peter Shand 
73 Coombs U B" Mill 
86 Alfred C Tuers 
90 Mrs Anna Cogan 
Walnut St 

167 Calkins & Son Co 

214 Albert M Lake 

217 E E Preston 

230 Ray Disbro 

SOUTH RAILROAD ST 

15 Floyd A Bailey 

19 Coldwater Co-Op Co 

21 Mrs Anna Green 

25 Walter Hills 

29 Andrew Swantek 



RIVER ST 

40 Scott Morris 

44 George Wood 

48 Don D Filley 
54 

60 Wm Hildebrand 

ROSE ST 

Mrs Mary Waldron 
David Cook 

SHERIDAN ST 

21 Gustav C Burandt 

22 A D Ralph 

27 Oliver Davis 

28 Frank Micklatcher 
32 Delbert Baker 

38 Francis E Bennett 
40 George L Bitz 

SHERMAN ST 

10 Chas Morenzin 
16 Jesse L Waldron 
33 

39 Vern Knowles 
44 

51 Arba D Blind 
55 Frank Okeneske 

61 Bert F Knowles 
71 Gus Smithpeter 

SMITH ST 

22 George W Turner 
24 

28 Edgar C Zull 

34 Wm H Taylor 

35 Walter Clark 

42 Richard S Biddle 
50 Russell Vore 

62 Mrs S A Hoover 

63 Melvin T Edmonds 
66 

67 

75 Frank L Cook 
78 Mrs J Aurie Smith 
118 Wm Mason 

N Sprague St 
278 Mrs Estella A Clark 
262 George Manzer 

SPRAGUE ST— NORTH 

22 Samuel J Chestnut 

John Hablawetz 
46 Andrew Haynes 
50 Stephen Frydryhoski 
70 Mrs C D Warner 
76 

88 Ralph Odell 
94 Alexander Brown 
Hull St 
Cutter Ave 

167 James W Campbell 

168 Frank H Foust 
172 Homer Draper 



SPRAGUE ST— SOUTH 

20 Mrs Dean Simmons 

E Pearl St 
45 Sherwood Wakeman 
55 Ernest L Miner 
59 Louis Sherman 

67 James H Sackett 

68 H L Sloman 

70 Mrs C Vanlderstine 
E Washington St 
121 Arthur Potter 
Chicago Ave 
NYC Ry 
241 Will A Smith 
244 Mrs Isabel Warner 

STATE ST— EAST 

John H Cheney 
Elmore Coltson 
Joel F Holiday 
State Public School 
John B Montgomery 

STATE ST— WEST 

John J Bishop 
Ara Helmick 
Mrs Margaret Carr 
Benj Stockdale 
Joel L Rowley 
Richard R Kinney 

TAYLOR ST 

12 Mrs John A Kerr 
A L Stansell 

13 Saints' Church 

14 Frank F McCort 
20 F M Franklin 

Grand St 
N Hanchett St 
81 Wm C Wilder 

84 Roy Folsom 

85 John F Laura 

93 Oral B Moore 

94 Berton A Strong 
99 Chas T Bishop 

101 Fred P Burnham 

N Clay St 
137 Abbott B Hemingway 
144 

147 P A O'Shaughnessy 

148 Mrs Mary Keeley 
154 Frank E Vosburgh 
157 Alfred Yeatter 

162 Mrs Elizabeth Young 

TIBBITS ST 

12 Wm Denbrock 

17 C D Jacobs 

18 Mrs Mary Zeller 
28 

37 Garry W Nichols 

38 Herschel D Nichols 

Crippen St 
51 Levi McGinness 



178 



DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



63 Jay VanWormer 

67 Byron J Nichols 

79 Garry Straw 

80 Mrs Orin R Lewis 

WALNUT ST 

6 Mrs Nellie Follett 
8 J Roy Tompkins 

10 Harold A Johnson 
W Pearl St 

63 W R Myers 

79 Silas P Swain 

85 Lewis A Sanford 

86 Howard E Draper 

92 J Franklin Loomis 

93 Lewis H Fellers 
Clair W Johnson 

100 Luther S Brown 

101 Frank Stokes 
104 Mrs Colista Cook 

109 Harry C Burd 

110 Frank M Waldron 

Lilly St 
115 JohD D Loomis 
123 Mrs Lizzie Sumner 
130 

134 Hugh Wixson 
138 Mrs Marietta Miner 
Mrs Edith Russell 
Peckham St 
144 Mrs Alice E Buck 
148 

151 F Albert Bates 

152 Karl May 

155 Anthony F Seiler 
158 Mrs Frances Barber 

160 Mrs R B VanHoosear 

161 James Steffaniak 

162 Mrs Anna Drury 
166 Chas E Earley 
172 Wm McGrew 
176 Wm W Parsons 
180 Herschel Hall 
188 Josiah Cochrane 

WASHINGTON ST— EAST 

28 Mrs Lida Ludlum 

Lincoln School 
34 Jay Grove 
38 Rev I J Bicknell 

S Hudson St 
45 Mrs Mary A Til ton 
48 Dora E Maxson 
Mrs J H Conklin 
51 Homer C Keeslar 

55 Harry Letts 

56 Otis B Cox 

62 Ben W Mains 
67 

68 PYank E Walters 
74 Fred A Staffeldt 

S Jefferson St 
92 Guy W Amaden 
95 Ralph Stewart 
98 ( Jar] L Johnson 



99 Mrs Geo Perry 

105 H W Bingham 

106 Col A Marquette 

112 Mrs C L Crawford 

113 A Ray Bauder 

120 Wm A Benjamin 

121 John T Symons 
125 Chas P Conklin 
128 Chas Card 

133 Harry H Abbott 
136 Fortune R Drury 

143 Lewis V Johnson 

144 Mrs E E Funk 
146 Wm June 
146^Loren Weaver 
151 Samuel O Morgan 
154 Lewis E Brown 
157 L H Edgerton 

160 Mrs Jessie Smith 
163 Geo A Quackenbush 
166 

169 Noah D Thomas 

172 F L Totman 

175 Henry W Nichols 

180 John F Seachrist 

181 James A Ferguson 
186 Geo W Jeffers 

189 Wm B Wilcox 
192 Wm E Hilborn 
198 Mrs Hattie Mott 
199 

204 Mrs Oliver E Filley 

Elm St 
217 Glen E Wilmarth 

220 Henry Godden 

221 Adelbert D George 
226 John Godden 

229 Mrs Nora Smiley 

230 W.AMerling- 

235 Mrs M Skinner 

236 Mrs J B Tift 
238 Leon Lampman 
241 J L Cornelius 
244 Mrs S E Tyler 
247 Wm H Firth 

252 H M Howell 

253 Mrs A K Golden 

257 A R Randall 

258 Albert A Johnson 
263 Samuel K Cleveland 

S Sprague St 
284 Stephen Zeller 
304 Adrian A Stetler 
307 Rex Johnson 
316 Glenn Chatfield 
328 Chas Cutler 
332 
336 

340 Ray Burch 



WASHINGTON ST WEST 

18 Mrs Ella Skeels 

21 Mrs Ella Robinson 

22 ('has J Harris 



25 Dennis Vanes, Sr 
Dennis Vanes, Jr 
33 Mrs Hannah Smith 

S Monroe St 
49 Mrs L J Gripman 
55 Chas J VanderHoof 
57 Jas S Chandler 

59 MrsLucretia Miller 

60 Mrs Alice A Vincent 
63 F Leslie Treat 

Henry Dean 

66 Mrs Mildred Bates 

67 L Alton Hutchins 

68 Wm H Reynolds 

72 Mrs A E Hutchins 

73 Mrs Wallace Wright 

77 Robert S Brewster 

78 Reuben Cole 

85 Mrs Roy G Moore 

86 Walter C Sanford 



WATERMAN AVE 

9 Roy C Angevine 
13 Mrs Frances C Howe 
19 Mrs John R Lucas 
20 

25 Chas T Maxfield 

26 Henry Firth 
28 

N Clay St 

65 Jay D Wickes 

66 Mrs John Chadsey 
71 Edwin S Killinger 
72 

75 Chas Lloyd 

77 Archie Jenkins 

78 Simeon D Long 

85 Mrs Sarah E Cosper 

Pierson St 

86 M A Ostrom 
94 Chas F Holt 
95 

101 Jos H Hickey 

102 Mrs H P Eldridge 
109 

110 Gustav Schwartz 

112 Geo W Jacobs 

113 Jay Sherman 

114 Frank H Miner 

128 Joseph B Nowaskie 
129 

Orchard St 

132 Geo D White 

133 Joseph Green 

134 J M Bates 

137 Mrs Mattie Bedford 

138 N Clair Strong 
139 

142 Arthur J Dove 
144 Harry C Angevine 
146 Mrs Willet Potter 
N Fremont St 

154 
156 

157 Mrs Harriet M Hurst 



DIRECTORY BY STREETS 



179 




ELKS' TEMPLE 

Erected in 1864 as a Spiritualist Church, it later became a private residence. 
The Elks purchased it and remodeled the interior for their use in 1908. 



158 Wm J Burns 


25 




76 


Mrs Nellie Darling 


159 Curtis Bayliff 


28 


Selden Steele 


77 


Leonard Blair 


160 Chas O'Keefe 


40 


John Redmond 


86 


Mrs Jane M Fletcher 


161 






96 


Henry Parshall 


164 John McEndarffer 




WHITTEN AVE 


100 


Charity Crowder 


165 Blaine Paradine 


6 


103 


J Nelson Doty 


168 


Advent Church 




Bernard J McHale 


169 


25 


Wm T Spooner 


109 




170 George Carraer 


26 


Mrs Peleg O Carmer 


110 




172 Mrs Permelia Bullock 


30 


Mrs Fremont Wood 


111 


Daniel Davis 


175 Wm F Horning 


36 


L R Coplin 


112 


Et-nest Davis 


176 




WRIGHT ST 




Hull St 


WILLIAMS ST 




126 


Frank Kyser 


15 


35 


Ernest R Stewart 


140 


James Maderstock 


19 Wm E Corey 


66 


Otis A Lossing* 


141 


Amasa Tomlinson 



180 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 



NOTE. — This list is intended to include only those who are in business 
for themselves in a more or less independent way. 



Abstracts of Title 

Mrs W E Hodgman 

Agricultural Implements 

G W Harding & Son 
Osborn & Tupper 

Amusement Houses 

Tibbits Opera House 
Venetian Theatre 

Attorneys 

M S Andrews 

Barlow & Barlow 

Campbell & Johnson 

Chas U Champion 

H C Clark 

W G Cowell 

Shirley R Hadley 

Chas F Howe 

L F Humphrey 

Frank E Knapp 

H C Loveridge 

Palmer, Palmer & Palmer 

Stanley E Weage 

Auctioneers 
John H Almas 
E J Foster 

Automobiles 

E A Bidelman 
S C Boucher 
Harold A Johnson 
McNaughton & Warner 
Geo R Pierce 
Edwin Wheeler 

Bakeries 

Coldwater Bread Co 
Home Bakery 
Model Bakery 
Milnes Supply Co 

Banks 

Branch County Savings 
Coldwater National 
Southern Michigan Nat'l 

Barber Shops 

Homer Bunnell 
W A Benjamin 
F W Fish 
Fox & Flanders 
F J Makyes 
D E Sanford 
Taschner & Aebersold 
Turner & Son 



Bicycles and Repairs 

Chas Bordine 
Henning & Wicker 
Sweet & Morgan 

Bill Poster 

J T Jackson 

Billiard Halls 

Jacob L Bitz 
Henry L Goss 
W M Paddock 
O'Shaughnessy Bros 
The Club 

Blacksmith Shops 

Barnard & Weller 
Floyd R Crow 
John A Dustman 
John F Laura 
Swaffield & Hibbard 
W H Schmedlen 
W C Wilder 

Boarding Houses 

Henry Legge 

Books and Stationery 

Kingsley Pharmacv 
F J Reed 
N E Roby 

Boots and Shoes 

F H Flandermeyer 
T A Hilton 
E D Luedders 
Wm Mitchell 
People's Store 

Building Movers 

John R Lucas 
Fred D Sutherland 

Cabinet Makers 

Jay Cook 

L C Mannerow 

Candy, Fruit and Cigar Stores 

Cotsonis & Courlas 
Ideal Candy Store 
Nicholas Lopez 
Harry Lopez 
Chas L Pitcher 



Carpenters 

Frank C Allen 
W J Arick 
Delbert Baker 
E R Beers 
E H Bier 
P J Bishop 
L L Bosserman 
F A Brown 
A W Buck 
D A Buck 
J W Canrike 
J W Canrike, Jr 
E H Coltson 
D B Crapo 
Homer Draper 
Howard E Draper 
Geo B Fisher 
Eugene Frost 
Fred I Gresley 
Luther Gall a p 
O C Griffin 
Herschel Hall 
C A Hicks 
Homer B Holt 
Henry J Knepp 
Samuel O Larrabee 
Albert E Leaf 
Grant U Lockwood 
A McEndarffer 
E A Miner 
Jerry Moylan, Jr 
W W Preston 
Ira Quackenbush 
A Rodebaugh 
T H B Ruthrauff 
James H Sackett 
Chas S Smith 
A A Stetler 
Benj E Straw 
J W Tappen 
F B Tuckey 
Jesse L Waldron 
Thos E Walker 
L Albert Walker 
Geo D White 
Glen E Wilmarth 
D C Wiser 
James J Zerba 
H R Zull 

Carpet and Rug Makers 

Mrs H Dryer 
Mrs Anna Ruff 

Carriages and Harness 

G W Harding & Son 
Kerr Hardware Co 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 



181 



Osborn & Tupper 
W H Schmedlen 

Cement Walk Builders 

Alex Brown 
Frank H Foust 
J A Hankis 
Clarence Philbrick 

Chiropodist 

Mrs Clara Fiske 

Cigar Factories 

Chas W Chapman 
F T Eddy 
J D Payne 
Pearce Cigar Store 
O'Shaughnessy Bros 
F G VanAntwerp 
E H Williams 

Civil Engineer 

Ernest L Miner 
Clothing 

Burkheiser & Fletcher 
T A Hilton 
Olds & Johnson 
People's Store 
Sloman & Gruner 

Coal 

Gas Company 
A A Gilbert 
C AOlmstead 
Pollock & Son 
Up-To-DateCoal Co 

Dairymen 

Byers & Fisher 
Campbell & Lafene 
Edwin J Dean 
H B Snyder 

Dentists 

Dr B R Ferguson 
Dr E C Freeland 
Dr G S Hadley 
Dr N E Phelps 

Department Stores 

J B Branch & Co 
Milnes Supply Co 
C B Pennock 
The Tribolet Store 
Wise Department Store 

Draymen and Truckmen 

Baker & Smith 
R W Becker 
Daniel Cary 
Dor Cary 



Ervin Cary 
Miles A DeClute 
Geo S Hopkins 
Jesse J Hickey 
Lucas Brothers 
Wm H McCarty 
George Wood 

Dressmakers 

Eva Aldrich 
Mrs Emma Bailey 
Mrs Frances Barber 
Mrs Mertie Bates 
Mrs James Bradway 
J B Branch & Co 
Mrs Euphemia C Brass 
Mrs Maud Carpenter 
Mrs Jane Daly 
E May Faurot 
Mrs Jennie L Fisk 
Mrs Nellie M Fuller 
Mrs Eva A Grove 
Mrs John Hammer 
Mrs Li Hie C Hatch 
Mrs H Huested 
Fern H Keeslar 
Mrs Minnie Kramer 
Rose M Lamb 
Mrs A A Olmsted 
Mrs Lettie Minter 
Mrs Katie A Nichols 
Mrs Alice A Ostrom 
Mrs D G Parker 
Mrs Louie E Parsons 
Mrs Alice Perrin 
Lottie Rigg's 
Mary A Sullivan 
Mrs Letta Vanderhoof 
Mrs B S Wilcox 

Drugs 

E R Clarke & Co 
Dorrance Drug Co 
Kinyslev Pharmacy 
N E Roby 

Dry Goods 

J B Branch & Co 
F F McCort 
W H McCort 
People's Store 
Woodward & Sons 

Dye and Cleaning Works 

Fred W God den 
Harold M Parker 

Electricians 

City Electric Dep't 
A D George 

Express Company 

American Ry Express Co 



Factories and Mills 

Ball & Son Planing Mill 
Branch Mfg Co 
Branch County Creamery 
Calkins & Son Co 
Cement Product Co 
Champion Brass Works 
Chandler Box Factory 
Cigar Factories 
Coldwater Bottling Wks 
Coldwater Bread Co 
Condensed Milk Co 
Coombs Milling Co 
Howard Ford Co 
J B Hellenberg Co 
Hoosier Shoe Co 
Libby, McNeill & Libby 
Loring Machine Shop 
C A Olmstead Feed Mill 
Pratt Mfg- Co 
Princess Mfg Co 
Regal Gas Engine Co 
Sanitary Ice Cream Co 
W H Schmedlen 
Stokes Mfg Co 
Titus Iron Foundry 
Wolverine Cement Co 

Florists 

VanAken Bros 
David Vogt 

Flour and Feed 

Coombs Milling Co 
J B Perry & Co 

Furnaces 

I E Davis 
Hardware Stores 
W F Sawdey 

Furniture 

O J Deabler 
W B Tuttle 

Garages and Auto Repairs 

F W Bellamy & Son 
Chas Bordine 
Coldwater Garage 
Cold water Vulcanizing Co 
H A Hawes 
Fred Hinkley 
Chas W Lloyd 
A A Shulander 
Southern Mich Garage 
Standard Garage 
Weeeler Garage 

Groceries and Markets 

LL Calkins & Co 
Carroll Bros 
E R Clarke & Co 
F M Craig 



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Great Atl & Pac Tea Co 

A L Heimbach 

Kemp & Bingham 

Geo A Kemp 

Lucas Bros 

Marco Grocery 

Milnes Supply Co 

J L Morgan 

Geo E Olmsted 

Albert Otis 

So Mich Packing Co 

Chas E Tracy 

O J Upham 

Hairdresser 

Mrs Ida Wilcox 

Hardware 

D C Allen & Co 
Kerr Hardware Co 
Lee Brothers 

Harness Shop 

Kerr Hardware Co 

Hotels 

Arlington 
Hotel Denbrock 
Hotel Emery 

Insurance Agents 

Geo W Collins 
Mrs Agnes Gibson 
Mrs W E Hodgman 
Chas F Howe 
Chas L Keep 
Mrs ChasN Legg 
Frank E Lyon 
Frank N Williams 

Jewelers 

H J B as sett 
Fred A Burt 
O D Chapman 
Parrish & Co 

Job Printing 

W C Bailey 
Conover Printing Co 
G E Kleindinst 
Klingler Printing Co 
Newspaper Offices 

Jitney Lines 

Wm J Burns, Jr 
Roy Wolf 

Junk Dealers 



Livery and Feed Stables 

L K Harding 
Abram Carle 
Berton A Strong 
VanAken Bros 

Lumber Yards 

Legg Lumber Co 
Pollock & Son 

Machine Shop 

Sanford A Loring 

Market Gardeners 

A W Fox & Son 
Don H Rogers 

Masons 

Harry C Angevine 
C L Ball 
Bert C Ball 
R S Biddle 
Alex Brown 
Louis S Butcher 
J I Carpenter 
Arthur Clearwater 
Arthur J Dove 
M L D Hickey 
W O Larrabee 
H H McGrew 
Tobias J McGrew 
A N Monroe 
H D Nichols 
Clarence Philbrick 
Arnold Raymond 
Geo A Raymond 
Wm H Raymond 
F D Sutherland 
H V VanBlarcum 

Medicine Manufacturers 

S B Kitchel 

W J Roberts 

Dr Warner Medicine Co 

Millinery 

Branch & Co 
Mrs W A Clement 
Bessie Kerr 
W H McCort 
Woodward & Sons 

Monuments 

E M Basom 
Ivan W Dorsey 
Willis A Flint 
Gibson & Sutherland 



Music Teachers 

Gladys S Bollman 

Mrs R A Broughton 

Mrs H A Cocks 

Mrs W H Compton 

E R Crandall 

Geo W Klock 

Mrs Harold A Johnson 

Mother Ethel 

Mrs Ross Pelton 

D Eugene Waffle 

Newspapers 

Reporter 
Sun and Star 

Nurses 

Maude Chapman 
Mrs Ida M Clearwater 
Mrs Mary Conger 
Mrs D O Clark 
Mrs Oania L Collard 
Bernice Cowles 
Ida E Clizbe 
Mrs Anna Drury 
Sarah Echtinaw 
Mrs Nettie Dayharsh 
Mrs Carrie Fitzgerald 
Mrs Elizabeth Forbes 
Mrs Laura J Foust 
Lottie Fulk 
Mrs Emma M Good 
Grace Moffltt 
Mrs Mary O Nivison 
Mrs Eliza Rattray 
Ethel G Simons 
Mrs J Aurie Smith 
Mrs Eva E Waterbury 

Optometrists 

Lymon Green 
Dr R W Ridge 

Painters and Paper Hangers 

O A Bailey 
Floyd A Bailey 
Geo W Everett I 
Wm H Firth 
Chas Frost 
J W Hamilton 
D W Hartranft 
Marshall Henry 
Austin Holland 
Carl F Johnson 
Chas L Johnson 
Martin Lilly 
Chas T Nichols 
Henry W Nichols 
Oliver Olinger 
S L Parkinson 
Guy W Peavey 
Frank J Pelling 
Garrie A Pitcher 
Robert Preston 
W E llupright 



S I Treat & Son 

Laundry 

A 11 Walker 



Musical Instruments 

LC Coller 
E R Crandall 
Mrs Neil Merill 



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Maurice E Rupright 
L C Scheidler 
Wm W Scott 
Park Sharts 
W C Smith 
Chas Teall 
Arthur E Teller 
Frank L Totman 
Vicory & Son 
Claud B Wilcox 

Pension Attorneys 

Mrs Agnes Gibson 
Chas F Howe 
Chas L Keep 

Photographers 

C A Newman 
C ROsborn 

Physicians 

Dr N Baldwin 

Dr W H Baldwin 

Dr B W Culver 

Dr E F Gamble 

Dr L C Hatton 

Dr A G Holbrook 

Dr F G Legg 

Dr J W Martin 

Dr Geo H Moulton 

Dr R W Ridge 

Dr S Schultz 

Dr F W Stewart 

Dr D H Wood 

DrsC A&Persis Williams 

Piano Tuners 

L C Coller 
Geo W Klock 

Plumbing and Heating 

Coldwater Plumbing Co 
Myron Ferguson 
Mansell & Kappler 
Peter A Sandt 

Poultry Packers 

C A Marquette 
E F Ray 
W F Taylor 

Public Conveyances 

F L Graham 
Jas Imber 
Nelson J Myers 



# E J Quimby 
*C M Sattison 
VanAken Bros 

Ready-to- Wear Garments 

Dry Goods Stores 
Princess Dress Shop 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Frank J Barrell 
Byers & Brown 
Chapman & Thomas 
S K Cleveland 
E J Foster 
Edgar Gresley 
V U Hungerford 
James Swain 
Joe R Watson 
Jay D Wickes 

Real Estate Loans 

F J Dunks 
Frank B Moore 

Restaurants 

Mecca Cafe 
Palace Cafe 
McOmber's Eats 
Stag Cafe 
W M Paddock 

Rubber Stamps 

W C Bailey 

Scavengers 

Wm Doty 
Eli Manzer 

Second Hand Stores 

A H Pierce 
Geo J Meyers 
Fred L Olmsted 

Sewing Machines 

E R Crandall 

Shoe Shops 

A Bonfiglio 
C E Blood 
Fred E Hedtke 
Jos H Hickey 
Geo W Jeffers 
Carl M Mannerow 
Chas A Sherwood 
Peter Vassil 



Sign Painters 

L W Vicory & Son 

Sporting Goods 

E R Clarke & Co 
Henning & Wicker 
Sweet & Morgan 

Storage Warehouses 

Fred L Olmsted 
VanAken Bros 

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Subscription Agency 

Herman P Re 

Tailor Shops 

E P Drobnyk 
A Eisen 
Chas Ross 

Telephone Company 

Southern Michigan 

Tin and Metal Shops 

D C Allen & Co 
Edward Kibbe 
Lee Brothers 
W F Sawdey 

Undertakers 

F L McConkey 
Roy J Shattuck 

Upholstering 

O J Deabler 
W B Tuttle 

Veterinarians 

Dr T L Bott 
Dr L Peterson 

Vulcan izers 

Bellamy & Son 
Coldw Vulcanizing Co 

Wagon Makers 

John F Laura 
E S Taylor 

Well Drillers 

Showalter & Son 

Wood and Ice 

Clizbe & Fletcher 



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CIVIL, CHURCH i SOCIETY OFFICERS 



LEGISLATIVE 



Member of Congress— 

J M C Smith, Charlotte 
State Senator- 
James Henry, Battle Creek 
Representative — J E Watson, Bronson 



COUNTY OFFICERS 



Circuit Judge — Frederick W Knowlen 
Probate Judge — Mark S Andrews 
Probate Register — Edna B Miner 
Sheriff— Henry S Kaiser 
County Clerk and Register of Deeds— 
C E Baggerly; deputy, Mrs Clara 

Hiesrodt 
County Treasurer— F R Bidelman 
Prosecuting Attorney — Frank EKnapp 
Circuit Court Commissioner — Chas F 

Howe 

Surveyor — Ernest L Miner 
Coroner — Chas L Keep 
Drain Commissioner — Geo Martin 
School Commissioner — L L Livermore 
Supts of Poor— Frank G Sharp, Cold- 
water; Emmett Gwinn, Union City; 
J A Taggart, Bronson 
Road Commissioners — F L Cox, Gi- 
rard; Wm A Lott, Coldwater; EE 
Croy, Sherwood 
Manager of County Farm— George E 

Burdick 
Truant Officer— Oscar S Martin 
Agent State Board of Charities and 
Corrections — L S Daniells 



CITY OFFICERS 



Mayor— Frank G Sharp 
Clerk— Wm T Stansell 
Treasurer — Edwin E Bennett 
Chief of Police — Jay Hiesrodt 
City Attorney — W Glenn Cowell 
Health Officer- Dr Samuel Schultz 
City Engineer — Ernest L Miner 
Board of Public W 7 orks — BB Gorman, 
W G Cowell, J J Parker, C R Os- 
born: superintendent, Edward H Fish 
Board of Cemetery Trustees — E A Bi- 
delman, W H Simons, H A Close; 
superintendent, Geo A Burton 
Board of Education — 1st Ward, A G 
Lyon, M D Calkins; 2d Ward, R J 
Shattuck, S Schultz; 3d Ward, Wm J 
Sweet, Chas J Carlisle; 4th Ward, 
Joe H Elliott, C W Chapman; pres, 
M D Calkins; clerk, A G Lyon 
Supt of Schools — T E Johnson 



Library Board— Z G Osborn, Chas U 
Champion, H H Barlow, M W Wimer, 
Mrs M G Clarke, Mrs H P Collin, 
Stanley E Weage, Mrs G VanValk- 
enburgh. H C Loveridge; librarian, 
Florence Holmes 

Aldermen — 1st Ward, Jas H Sackett, 
M S Andrews; 2d Ward, Jas Swain, 
E R Clarke; 3d Ward, Frank A 
Purdy, Grant Eaton; 4th Ward, 
John C Smallshaw, Lewis A Sanford 

Supervisors— 1st Ward, J L Morgan; 
2d Ward, F E Calkins; 3d Ward, H 
E Blackmar; 4th Ward, Chas Earley 

Justices of the Peace — Chas L Keep, 
E S Taylor 

Supt of Streets— Henry C Waterbury 



CHURCHES 



Presbyterian Church 

Pastor— Rev Donald M MacCluer 
Elders— R E Clarke, J R Elliott. Dr 

A G Holbrook, H H Lind, M W 

Wimer, W 7 m T Stansell 
Trustees — Moderator, C P Conklin; 

clerk, Dr A G Holbrook; treasurer, 

C E Wise; V U Hungerford, Carl 

Cummins, W H McCort 
Deacons — C A Conover, M J VanAken, 

Arthur Pixley 
Supt Sunday-school — Geo McConkey 

Methodist Church 

Pastor— Rev Robert A Wright 
Trustees— Dr F W Stewart, C L Ball, 
D S Greenamyer, G P Barnard, F E 
Calkins, Frank B Moore, AL Heim- 
bach, A L Lott, J H Osborn 
Stewards— C B Schrontz, C E Tracy, R 
R Bailey, E R Crandall, L M Marsh, 
J S Evans, Dr G S Hadley, James 
Fox, Frank I Post, M O Seelye, Geo 
W Collins, W L Kingslev, Harry C 
Burr, W D Fulk, James Thomas, C 
C Johnson, Dr C A Williams, Don 
Rogers, Dean Steffey, W D Tripp, 
E J Ford 

Recording Secretary — A L Heimbach 
Financial Secretary — E R Crandall 
Treasurer — C B Schrontz 
Supt Sunday-school — Frank B Moore 

Wesleyan Methodist Church 

Pastor — 

Trustee — LE Perry 

Stewards — SOLarrabee, C H Richards 

Clerk - Treasurer — Myrtie Barker 

Class Leader — L E Perry 

SuptSund ay-school— Mrs CH Richards 



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St Mark's Episcopal Church 

Rector — 

Vestrymen — C A Spaulding, HP Wood- 
ward, wardens; H C Loveridge, C A 
Pollock, M G Clarke, A J Pratt, 
George Ball, M D Calkins, E M 
Swaffield, Otto ELuedders; secy and 
treas, Wm A Westendarp 

Supt Sunday-school — H P Woodward 

Baptist Church 

Pastor — 

Clerk— Everett F Collins 
Treasurer — W H Simons 
Trustees — T A Hilton, R J Shattuck, 

C T Yapp, Sanford A Loring, A E 

Robinson, J B Branch 
Deacons— N A Angel, G O Gallap, E 

C Clark,FJ Conklin, EF Collins, L 

A Hutchins, G R Dickey, S E Tupper 
Supt Sunday-school— E C Clark 

St Paul's Lutheran Church 

Pastor — Rev E H Felten 

Trustees — Gust Burandt, H H Carls, 
F Albert Bates 

Vestrymen — Henry Dryer, Fred Mark- 
off ' 

Secretary — Chas H Rapp 

Treasurer — H H Carls 

Supt Sunday-school— Rev E H Felten 

Seventh Day Adventist Church 

Elder — Marvin Wolcott 
Deacon — Wm Larder 
Clerk — Mrs Wm Larder 
Missionary Sec'y — Mrs Wm Larder 
Treasurer — Mrs Marvin Wolcott 
Supt Sabbath-school— Mrs Wm Larder 
Organist — Mrs Marvin Wolcott 

Christian Science Church 

First Reader— Mrs F E Vosburgh 
Second Reader— Mrs Anna Purely 
President — Chas S Cornwell 
Secretary — Mrs Marion Dorm an 
Treasurer — F S Dorman 

St Charles' Catholic Church 

Rector — Rev Dennis A Hayes 
Church Committee -P H Sweeney,. John 

Anton, Joseph T Deuser, Peter A 

Sandt, John F Laura 
Sunday-school Directors— -The rector 

and parochial teachers 
Organist— Mrs W E GoodDOW 

Free Methodist Church 

Pastor- Rev ( "has W Miller 

Trustees— Stephen Zeller, A B Ran- 
som, Fred Sutter 

Stewards— Mrs Mattie Oberlia, Mrs 
Carrie Voorhees 

Class Leader Stephen Zeller 

Supt Sunday-school chas B Sufi 



Church of Christ 

Pastor— Rev Claude M Keene 

Elders— G W Amaden, John W Tap- 
pen, C C Cook, A D Eldred 

Deacons— A L Parker, S Gruber. Da- 
vid McMahon, F C Crow, E Fergu- 
son, Wm Mason 

Trustees— A L Parker, G W Amaden. 
David McMahon, A D Eldred. J W 
Tappen, F C Crow 

Treasurer — A D Eldred 

Financial Sec'y— Mrs Vesta Eldred 

Missionary Sec'y and Treasurer- 
Marion Loring 

Clerk — Mrs C C Cook 

Supt Sunday-school — Wm Mason 

Latter Day Saints' Church 

Pastor — Rev S W L Scott 

Trustees — Edw S Whaley, Starr A 

Corless, H J Corless 
Clerk-Treasurer— Mrs E H Fish 
Supt Sunday-school — Starr A Corless 



King's Daughters 

President — Mrs Rose Doy 
Vice President— Mrs Delia Dortej 
Secretary— Mrs E H Uowen 
Assistant Sec'y — Mrs Geo Ebenhack 
Treasurer — Mrs D M Loose 

Branch County Ministerial Association 

President— Rev Robt A Wright 
Secretary-Treasurer — Rev H P Collin 

County YMC A 

County Secretary 
Chairman— Dr G S Had le v 
Vice Chairman— Roy J Shattuck 
Secretary — Dr C A Williams 
Treasurer- Frank H Moore 
County Committee— Dr C A Williams, 
L A^Hutehins, Roy J Shattuck. Dr 
G S Hadley, Frank E Knapp. Mare 
Calkins, T E Johnson. M VY Wimer, 
Coldwater: F E Yakeley. VY 11 Lock- 

erby, Quincy; Dr P B Gunseullua, 
w A Kipp. B k ( iarroll, ( Powlej, 
Bronson; Frank Berriff, Sherwood; 

W W Hatch. VY P Nesbitt, Cmon 
( iiy 

Branch County Red Cms-. 

( lhairman ( 'harles V t hampion 
Vice ( hairman VV M Hatch 
Secrel an Mrs C A < 'ono\ er 
Treasurer M ilton \V Wimer 

Coldwater Red Cross 

Chairman Sherwood K YYakcman 
\'ice t hairman Joe 1 1 Elliott 
Secretary Almeia Calkins 
Treasurer Charles E Fa as 



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Patriotic League 

President- W G Cowell 

Secretary — Hugh W Clarke 

Treasurer — Frank B Moore 

Executive Board — C U Champion, A B 
Walker, Mrs E E Palmer, W G Cow- 
ell, W H Lockerby, Geo T Martin 

Branch County Court of Patriotism 

President — Elmer E Palmer, Coldwater 
Secretary— W H Friedrich, Coldwater 
Members of the Court — M W Wemple, 
Union City; F A McKenzie, Herbert 
Benge, Quincy; L M Wing-, J B 
Branch, W B Tuttle, F A Hibbard, 
Coldwater; Chas N Smead, Batavia; 
Wilson Paul, California; Thomas 
Turner, Matteson; Edgar Conklin, 
Kinderbook; C H Stoudinger, Sher- 
wood; John Kaiser, Butler; Frank 
Coward, Bronson 



MASONIC 

Tyre Lodge No 18 

Worshipful Master— Albert J Fiske 
Senior Warden — La Verne Stansell 
Junior Warden — John Morsman 
Secretary — Chas L Keep 
Treasurer — W H Simons 
Senior Deacon — Paul J Rawson 
Junior Deacon — Daniel M Loose 
Tyler— Alfred G Sharp 
M arshal — Edward A Brown 
Librarian — Chas A Conover 

Temple Chapter No 21 

High Priest— G E Kleindinst 
King— C D Sutton 
Scribe — Chas F Church 
Treasurer — Herbert A Close 
Secretary — Chas L Keep 
Captain of Bost — Oral B Moore 
Principal Sojourner — W H Simons 
Royal Arch Captain — John L Curts 
Master of 3d Veil— W A Flint 
Master of 2d Veil — L L Livermore 
Master of 1st Veil— C E Wise 
Sentinel— E W Dunks 

Mt Moriah Council No 6, Royal and Select 
Masters 

Thricelllustrious Master — W H Simons 
Deputy Master— Mark S Andrews 
Principal Conductor of the Work — 

C E Wise 
Treasurer— John Ball 
Recorder — Chas L Keep 
Captain of the Guard — John L Curts 
Conductor of the Council — John Mors- 
man 

Steward Oral r> Moore 
Sentinel — H E Blackmar 



Jacobs Commandery No 10, Knights Templar 

Eminent Commander — C A Pollock 
Generalissimo — Starr W Gruner 
Captain General — Edward A Brown 
Senior Warden — M D Calkins 
Junior Warden — E L Miner 
Prelate — W H Simons 
Treasurer — Herbert A Close 
Recorder — Chas L Keep 
Standard Bearer — Herman P Re 
Sword Bearer — Frank W Treat 
Warder— Wm H King 

Eastern Star Chapter No 1 

Worthy Matron— Mrs Adelaide Tuttle 
Worthy Patron — W H Simons 
Associate Matron — Mrs Cora Burdick 
Secretary — Mrs Cora Brown 
Treasurer — Mrs Florence Bolster 
Conductress — Mrs Esta Morgan 
Associate Conductress — Mrs Ina Miner 
Adah— Fern Keeslar 
Ruth— Mrs Nellie Loose 
Esther — Miss Ethel Simons 
Martha— Mrs Nellie Roode 
Electa— Mrs Edith Russell 
Warder — Mrs Dora Kinsman 
Sentinel — Frank A Brown 
Chaplain— Mrs Ella M Culver 
Marshal — Mrs Jennie Basom 



I O O F 



Coldwater Lodge No 31 

Past Noble Grand— E E Bennett 
Noble Grand — Wm McCurley 
Vice Grand — John Haynes 
Financial Secretary — I E Gresley 
Recording Secretary — Jas D Mosher 
Treasurer — B R Amsden 

Coldwater Encampment No 86 

Past Chief Patriarch — Frank Miner 
Chief Patriarch — Lester Weage 
High Priest — Carl Mannerow 
Senior Warden — Wm McCurley 
Junior Warden — Joseph Corson 
Scribe — Fred E Flanders 
Treasurer — H E Withington 

Daughters of Rebekah, Centennial Lodge 
No 22 

Past Noble Grand— Mrs Eva Totman 
Noble Grand — Mrs Nora Stevens 
Vice Grand — Mrs Nellie McCurley 
Eleo Sec'y — Mrs Sarah Withington 
Financial Sec'y — Mrs Ida Mix 
Treasurer — Mrs Mary Olmsted 



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WOODMEN 



Modern Woodmen of America, Branch Camp 
No 1066 

Venerable Consul — L F Haigbt 
Worthy Advisor— Wm R Brown 
Banker — Afton W Fox 
Clerk— Chas F Howe 
Escort— Ensign Olmsted 
Physicians— Drs Culver and Stewart 

Royal Neighbors, Maple Camp No 1682 

Past Oracle— Mrs Mary Lloyd 
Oracle— Mrs Cyntha Buck 
Vice Oracle — Mrs Ida Harris 
Recorder — Mrs Luella Dunham 
Receiver— Mrs Adella Knepp 
Chancellor — Mrs Sarah Withington 

Woodmen of the World, Maple Leaf Camp 
No 39 

Past Consul Commander — Albert D 

MacQueen 
Consul Commander — A J Pratt 
Banker and Clerk — A D MacQueen 



B P Elks, Coldwater Lodge, No 1023 

Exalted Ruler— Dr R E Patterson 
Esteemed Leading Knight — G E Klein- 
dinst 

Esteemed Loyal Knight — DrR W Ridge 
Esteemed Lecturing Knight — Mark T 
Dunham 

Secretary — Sherwood A Wakeman 
Treasurer— H L Sloman 
Tyler — Albert F Meyers 

Coldwater Aerie No 1907, Fraternal Order 
of Eagles 

Past President— Geo F Cole 
President — Frank E Lyon 
Vice President — Hazen Randall 
Chaplain — Lester Faurot 
Secretary — Leo Graves 
Treasurer — Fred W Day 
Inside Guard — Martin Sweezey 
Outside Guard — Harold H McGrew 
Physician— Dr L Hatton 

National Protective Legion, Crescent Legion 
No 412 

President— Myron F Smith 
Vice President— W S Rogers 
Secretary— Mrs A L Parker 
Treasurer— Mrs Vina Parker 
Conductor— Mrs Mary Rogers 

New Era Association 

President — H E Straight 
Vice Pres— Mrs Flora Smith 
Treasurer— Starr A Parrish 
Directors— Paul H Withington, and 
Mrs H E Straight 



Degree of Honor, Dorcas Lodge No 3 

PastChief of Honor— Mrs NellieTaylor 
Chief of Honor— Mrs RegaCuyler 
Lady of Honor — Mrs Jessie Payne 
Chief of Ceremonies — Mrs Mary West 
Recorder — Mrs Amy Crandall 
Financier — Mrs Lydia Taylor 
Receiver — Mrs Rhoda Grice 
Medical Examiner — Dr E F Gamble 

Arbiter Unterstuetzungs Verein 

(German Benevolent Society) 
President— George H Kappler 
Vice President — Fred C Kollmorgen 
Recording and Financial Secretary — 

Benedict Doll 
Corresponding Secretary — J T Deuser 
Treasurer — C E Faas 
Physician — Dr Samuel Schultz 
Steward — Jos Hayes 

Order of Star of Bethlehem, Esther 
Lodge No 62 

Past Commander — Mrs Esther Sears 
Commander — Mrs Edith Kimble 
Vice Commander — Mrs Lettie Bunnell 
Accountant — Mrs Sarah Withington 
Treasurer — Mrs Cyntha Buck 
Scribe— Mrs Ida Mix 
Chaplain — Mrs Ida Harris 

Order of Mutual Protection, Hope Lodge 
No 157 

Past President — Henry W Nichols 
President— Mrs Lueella McNall 
Vice President — Wm H Birch 
Secretary — Mrs Nellie Carpenter 
Financial Secretary — Mrs Mary Pitcher 
Treasurer — Mrs Nora Carter 
Chaplain — Mrs Sarah Manwarren 
Guide— Mrs Anna Cole 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen 

Foreman— George J Moog 
Master of Ceremonies — Howard Cuyler 
Lady Rowena— Mrs Myrtie Worthing- 
ton 

Lady Rebecca— Mrs Effie Wilkins 
Correspondent — C H Peterson 

W C T U 

President — Mrs J W Tappen 

Vice President at Large — Mrs Mattie 

Bosserman 
Vice Presidents — Mrs Ellen Daley, Mrs 

Effle Mudgett, Mrs G W Cleveland 
Corresponding Secretary — Anna M 

Fisk 

Recording Secretary — Mrs Sarah 

Withington 
Treasurer — Mrs Adella Knepp 



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The Maccabees, Coldwater Tent No 157 

Past Commander — Kurt H Neisius 
Commander— O A Bailey 
Lieut Commander — Lee H Jepson 
Record and Finance Keeper — Robert 

Rattray 
Serjeant — Floyd Randall 
Master at Arms — L R Barnes 
Chaplain — A O Bloom 

Lady Maccabees, Coldwater Hive No 138 

Past Commander — Mrs Ida Mix 
Commander — Mrs Josephine Jepson 
Lieut Commander — Mrs Minnie Hickey 
Record Keeper — Mrs Gertrude Earley 
Finance Keeper — Mrs Carrie Chapman 
Chaplain — Mrs Amanda Paddock 
Sergeant— Mrs Addie McNitt 
Mistress at Arms — Mrs Frances May 

Coldwater Council No 452, United 
Commercial Travelers 

Senior Counselor — Geo O Gallap 
Junior Counselor — F W Lobdell 
Past Counselor-M L Evens 
Secretary-Treasurer — R D Phinney 
Conductor — Howard Musser 
Page — Robert Rattray 
Sentinel— Roy Downes 

Cigarmakers' Union No 209 

President — Michael Dawson 
Vice President — Homer Ball 
Secretary and Financial Secretary — 

Geo A P Faust 
Treasurer — H L Bornstein 
Sergeant at Arms — Joseph Hayes 
Recording Secretary — Homer Ball 

Grand Army of the Republic, Butterworth 
Post No 109 

Commander — C W Bennett 
Senior Vice Commander — L S Daniells 
Junior Vice Commander — W R Myers 
Quartermaster — Thos S Osborn 
Surgeon — Lewis E Pierce 
Chaplain— Rev C L Barnhart 
Officer of the Day — Henry Firth 
Officer of the Guard — Geo W Knapp 
Adjutant — Chas S Smith 

Woman's Relief Corps 

President — Mrs Minnie Hickey 
Sr Vice President — Mrs Mary Roach 
Jr Vice President — Mrs Etta Cook 
Secretary — Mrs Anna L Gowdy 
Treasurer — Mrs Mabel Crow 
Chaplain — Mrs Fannie Nodell 
Conductress — Mrs Minnie Pitcher 
Guard — Mrs Lucretia Smith 

Col H C Gilbert Camp, Sons of Veterans 

Commander — F E Bennett 

Sr Vice < Commander — Frank W Treat 



Jr Vice Commander — W E Walker 
Secretary-Treasurer — C L Pitcher 
Patriotic Instructor — C J Harris 
Camp Council — C R Osborn, F G Van- 
Antwerp, Chas Sears 

Janette Crippen Fisk Tent No 6, Daughters 
of Veterans 

President — Mrs Ida Wendell 
Sr Vice President — Mrs Nettie Jordan 
Jr Vice President — Mrs Etta Russell 
Chaplain — Mrs Euphemia Brass 
Secretary — Mrs Ruth Howe 
Treasurer — Jennie Filkins 
Patriotic Instructor — Mrs Laura Cole 
Council — Mrs Daisy Wimer, Mrs Edith 
Russell, Mrs Rectina Waffle 

Coldwater Light Guard Association 

President — Richard G Bishop 
Vice President — E D Legg 
Secretary — Claude D Filkins 
Treasurer — A J Fiske 

Home Guard 

Captain — Albert J Fiske 

First Lieutenant — Norman C Kimble 

Second Lieutenant — Starr W Gruner 

Co A, 32d Mich Infantry Association 

President — J H VanAken 
Vice President— Burt E Barlow 
Quartermaster — Ensign Olmsted 
Treasurer — Frank L Earley 
Historian — Sigmund L Wing 
Chaplain — NC Kimble 

Ben £ Rolph Camp No 22, United Spanish 
War Veterans 

Past Commander — Philander Corless 

Commander — Mark S Andrews 

Sr Vice Commander — Frank L Earley 

Jr Vice Commander — Wm Mason 

Quartermaster — Norman C Kimble 

Adjutant — Ensign Olmsted 

Chaplain — F G VanAntwerp 

Historian— SL Wing 

Patriotic Instructor— O M Bowen 

Chief Musician — Walter C Cabeen 

Surgeon — Dr Samuel Schultz 

Grace Dennis Barlow Auxiliary 

President — Mrs Carrie Chapman 
Sr Vice President— Mrs Elizabeth Will- 
iams 

Jr Vice President — Mrs Lena Cook 
Secretary— Mrs Sadie Cabeen 
Treasurer — Mrs Edith Kimble 
Chaplain — Mrs Anna Olmsted 
Historian — Mrs Clara Lockwood 
Patriotic Instructor — Mrs Elizabeth 
Earley 

Conductor — Mrs Ethel Mason 
Asst Conductor — Mrs Margie Imber 
Guard— Mrs Mamie Flynn 



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Coldwater Chapter, Daughters of American 
Revolution 

Regent — Mrs John B Shipman 
Vice Regent— Mrs J B Branch 
Rec Secretary — Almera Calkins 
Cor Secretary — Mrs Neil Merrill 
Chaplain— Mrs H H Barlow 
Treasurer — Mrs Harry P Alger 
Registrar — Florence Holmes 
Historian — Mrs Ida G Smalley 
Directors— Florence Holmes, Mrs S L 
Wing, Mrs Leroy J Branch 

Coldwater Industrial Club 

President — Harrison L Milnes 
Vice President — H H Barlow 
Secretary-Treasurer — L J Byers 
Board of Directors — The Officers, J B 
Branch, Frank A Hibbard 

Coldwater City Band 

President — Edward C Hilborn 
Secretary-Treasurer— J Roy Tompkins 
Manager — Walter C Cabeen 
Director — Walton Kemp 
Librarian — Roy Vandenburg 

Fire Department 

Chief — Frank A Brown 
First Assistant — Lee H Jepson 
Second Assistant — Edward H Fish 
Foreman — Chas W McCarty 
Assistant Foreman — Wm Roach 
Secretary — Frank L Earley 
Treasurer — Norman C Kimble 
Pipeman — Frank Brady 

Branch County Chautauqua 

President — Dr W A Cook 
Sec and Treas — Dr C A Williams 
Directors — LA Hutchins, WGCowell, 
M D Campbell, H C Loveridge, H P 
Woodward, J L Curts, J R Elliott, 
Roy J Shattuck, Mrs E E Palmer 

Fortnightly Musical Club 

President — Mrs Roy Tompkins 

Vice Presidents — Mrs A E Robinson, 

Mrs E L Miner 
Recording Sec — Dr Persis Williams 
Corresponding Secretary — Mrs Roy 

Downes 
Treasurer — Almera Calkins 
Librarian — Harriet Woodward 

Twentieth Century Club 

President— Rev H P Collin 

Vice President — Dr N Baldwin, Mrs 

F B Moore 
Secretary— Mrs H W Parker 
Treasurer — J L Curts 

Branch County Teachers' Association 

President — Bernice Selby 

Vice President — Vergil O Braun 

Sec-Treas — Marie Faurot 



Bon Ami Club 

President — L Sloman 
'First Vice President— A B Walker 
Second Vice President — L M Wing 
Sec-Treasurer — W A Westendarp 

Historical Society 

President — Rev H P Collin 
Vice President— W Glenn Cowell 
Secretary — Henry E Straight 
Treasurer — Milton W Wimer 
Curator — C W Bennett 

Lincoln Republican Club 

President — Dr W H Baldwin 

Vice Presidents— Dr F W Stewart, M 

L Evens 
Secretary— W C Pellett 
Treasurer — Carl J Martin 

Branch County Farm Bureau 

President— M L Tyler 
Secretary — Eber Farwell 
Treasurer— Frank Demarest 
County Agricultural Agent — Claude L 
Nash 

Coldwater Grange, No 137 

Master— W E Knapp 
Overseer — Warren Corless 
Lecturer — C L Nash 
Steward— Wm E Gilford 
Assistant Steward — Samuel Light 
Chaplain — Mrs Harry Baldridge 
Treasurer — Burton Sweezey 
Secretary — Bessie Knapp 
Gate Keeper— J A Thomas 
Ceres — Ha Perrin 
Pomona — Florence Cummins 
Flora— Mrs W R Corless 
Lady Assistant Steward — Mrs Edith 
Light 

Pianist— Mrs C L Nash 

Branch County Medical Society 

President— Dr F W Stewart 
Vice President— Dr N Baldwin 
Sec-Treasurer— Dr G H Moulton 

Branch County Public Health Society 

President — Mrs L J Doy 
Vice President — Dr Samuel Schultz 
Secretary — Rev H P Collin 
Treasurer — Rev D A Hayes 

Branch County Humane Society 

President— T A Hilton 
Secretary— Rev H P Collin 
Treasurer — MW Wimer 
1st Vice President— C W Bennett 
2d Vice President— H C Loveridge 
Directors— Rev H P Collin, C W Ben- 
nett, W H Wieand, H C Loveridge, 
M W Wimer 



INDEX 



Page 

Additions and Changes 164 

Allen D C & Co, adv 45 

Bee Hive, adv 78 

Birdseye View, halftone 95 

Black Hawk Mills, adv 51 

Blood CE, adv 52 

Brarich & Co, adv 42 

Branch County Creamery Co, adv .. . . . 53 

Burkheiser & Fletcher, adv 57 

Camp Scenes, halftones .31, 55, 79, 168 

Carroll Bros, adv ' 60 

Chapman O D, adv 61 

Chicago Street, halftone 151 

Choral Union, halftone 19 

Churngold adv 62 

City Band, halftone 23 

City Hall, halftone 30 

City Schools, halftone, list of Supts, etc 39 

City Schools, Present Teaching Corps 190 

Clarke & Co, adv Front cover 

Classified Directory 180-184 

Coldwater Bread Co, adv 59 

Coldwater Candy Works, adv 69 

Coldwater Dye and Cleaning Works, adv. . . 7 

Coldwater Garage Co, adv 64 

Coldwater Monument Co, adv 83 

Coldwater National Bank, adv 161 

Coldwater Plumbing Co, adv 58, 92, 120 

Coller L C, adv 65 

Collins G W, adv 144 

Company A Captains, 31 ; Roll of Honor. . . 31 

Coombs Milling Co, adv 67 

Craig F M, adv 68 

Crandall E R, adv Back cover 

Crystal Beach, halftone 106 

Davis IE, adv 70 

Deabler O J, adv 71 

Directory by Streets 165-179 

Distances and Fares 38 

Division Street, halftone ' 61 

Dorrance Drug Co, adv 73 

East End Coal Yard, adv 84 

Elks' Temple, halftone 179 

Facts About Coldwater 33 

Foster E J, adv 80 

Fox A W & Son, adv 81 

Gas Co, adv 96 

Godden Cleaning Works, adv 85 

Heimbach A L, adv 89 

Henning & Wicker, adv 90 

Hickey Joseph H, adv 91 

Hilton T A, adv 40 

Historical 9-32 

Hodgman Mrs W E, adv 1 

Hodunk Mills, adv 118 

Home Bakery, adv 93 

Hungerford VU, adv 95 

Keep Chas L, adv 98 

Kemp & Bingham, adv 99 

Kin^sley Pharmacy, adv 101 

Lee Bros, adv Front cover 

Legg Lumber Co, adv 103 J 

Lloyd C W, adv 104 

Lyon P E, adv 107 

Luedders E d, adv 105 

Lutheran Church, halftone 26 



Page 

Mannerow C M, adv 108 

Mansell & Kappler, adv 109 

Map of City 4 

Map of County 7 

Mayor Sharp, halftone 2 

Mayors and Clerks, list 38 

Mayors, halftone 41 

McConkeyFL, adv 110 

McCort W H, adv Ill 

McNaughton & Warner, adv 50, 155 

Methodist Choir, halftone 21 

Milnes Supply Co, adv 115 

Model Bakery, adv 47 

New Armory, halftone 28 

Nonogenarians 32 

Notable Events 32 

Officers, Civil, Church, etc 184-189 

Old Court House, halftone 13 

Old Episcopal Church, halftone 15 

Olds & Johnson, adv 117 

Osborn & Tupper, adv 119 

Osborn C R, adv Back cover 

Palace Cafe, adv 121 

Parcel Post Rates and Map 36, 37 

McOmber's Eats, adv 32, 123 

Pennock C B, adv 122 

Perry J B & Co, adv 125 

Perry L E, adv 124 

Pierce Geo R, adv 127 

Pollock & Son, advs 87, 129 

Population 33, 34, 35 

Postmasters 38 

Postoffice, halftone, 29; Information 190 

Postage, rates 36, 38 

Public Library, halftone, 17; hours 190 

Reed F J, adv 130 

Reporter, adv 135 

Rogers Don H, adv; 159 

Root Edward R, halftone 27 

SandtPeterA, adv 133 

Sanitary Ice Cream Co, adv 55 

Savings Bank, adv Front cover 

Shattuck R J, adv 137 

Sherwood C A, adv, 139 

Sloman & Gruner adv 5 

Soldiers' Monument, halftone 69 

Southern Mich Nat'l Bank, adv 132 

Southern Mich Telephone Co, adv 141 

Stag Cafe, adv 143 

Swain James, adv 144 

Sweet & Morgan, adv 145 

Tabernacle Choir, halftone 25 

Thompson Family, halftone 24 

Tracy C E, adv 147 

Tribolet Co, adv 148 

Tuttle W B, adv 149 

Up-to-Date Coal Co. adv 77 

Van Aken Bros, advs. 6, 150 

Vogt's Greenhouse, adv 153 

Washington at Home, halftone 161 

Watson Joe R, adv 1 

Walker A B, adv 156 

Wheeler Edwin, adv 157 

Williams Drs C A and P E, adv 158 

Williams F N, adv 160 

Wolverine Portland Cement Co, adv 8 



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